Jennie Erdal's account of her double life working as personal editor and ghostwriter for a man she called Tiger.
For 15 years Jennie Erdal lived a double life.
Officially she worked as a personal editor for one particular man, Tiger, but in reality she was his ghostwriter.
During this time she wrote a great deal that appeared under his name including two novels, newspaper columns and business correspondence.
Ghosting moves from startlingly vivid evocations of Jennie's austere Scottish upbringing in Fife, to portraits of working life at a London-based publishing house.
It also provides an intriguing picture of her relationship with the larger-than-life Tiger.
The reader is Colette O'neil.
Jennie exchanges the familiarity of domestic life in Fife for the strange new world of the London publishing scene.
Jennie struggles to write sex scenes from a male perspective.
Jennie and Tiger embark upon their second novel.
Jennie is increasingly uncertain about her future as Tiger's personal editor and ghostwriter.
But can she face giving up the ghost?