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a writer who gives the credit of authorship to someone else


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Brenda and ghost-writer Scott said that Horace's records did not check out with Walters because her husband had rowed with Government officials on returning to Britain about their treatment of POWs, which culminated in him returning his war medals in disgust and refusing to fill out his POW questionaire.
She is concerned the story will be completed by a ghost-writer who, unlike her, didn't know Larsson's plans for his book.
Through meticulous detective work, she enlightens us about the nature and dating of the works in the codex, the use by other authors of Pietro Perleone's Laudatio as a sort of data sheet for information on the Marcello dan, and the identity of Giorgio Bevilacqua as the ghost-writer of the Excusatio attributed in the manuscript to Jacopo Antonio Marcello himself.
A GHOST-WRITER lands the gig of his career in penning the memoirs of a former British prime minister.
Katie, who chooses the plots for her books, penned by ghost-writer Rebecca Farnworth, said: "I think it's brilliant that it's number one.
It's hard to know what it is that makes a good sports autobiography but my calculated guess is a good ghost-writer.
The couple are desperate to tell the truth of their ordeal and plan to publish a tell-all book with the help of a ghost-writer - with all proceeds going to the Find Madeleine Fund.
Ferguson will also pick up substantial royalties - although he will have to pay a ghost-writer.
Only if the ghost-writer comes forward will he be in for a windfall from the book's royalties, which are expected to be substantial, such is the interest in the website.
Then I wondered what Adrian, the book's ghost-writer, really thinks about me and the words he's put together.
ROY Keane's ghost-writer believes the Manchester United skipper will NOT join Celtic next summer.
A former journalist who was the ghost-writer of Yeltsin's memoirs, Yumashev had served as chief of staff for nearly two years - an eternity in Yeltsin's Kremlin.
Sunday Mirror Sport understands Hasselbaink has told the enquiry his ghost-writer embellished the story and has withdrawn any suggestion of improper payments.
Larry Sloman, ghost-writer of the rocker's autobiography, Scar Tissue, told the New York Post: "One night, when Anthony was 12, he went with his father, Blackie Dammett, to the Rainbow Room and Blackie's girlfriend is there dancing for him.
and a pair of Vatican-approved ghost-writers drafted a document -- laced with anti-Semitism -- only to see the result, feeble and obnoxious as it was, sabotaged by the General of the Jesuits, Wladimir Ledochowski.