Monday June 1, 2020

A voice of her own

Jennie Erdal was a ghostwriter for 15 years, and although she left the job four years ago, her recovery has been slow.

4th December, 2004

Jennie Erdal was a ghostwriter for 15 years, and although she left the job four years ago, her recovery has been slow. Her memoir, Ghosting, is a fascinating look at the fraught yet affectionate relationship she had with her employer, Naim Atallah.

In her 15 years as his ‘editor', she provided him with the words of love letters, newspaper articles and even two well-received novels. Atallah was a well-known, flamboyant London publisher, who headed Quartet Books...

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