Author Anna Wharton’s debut novel The Imposter is about Chloe, a newspaper archivist by day and a carer by night.
When her nan is moved into care and Chloe finds herself on the brink of homelessness, she takes a desperate step, taking the reader on a thought-provoking journey of obsession, loneliness and the lies we tell in order to live with ourselves.
Here, Anna Wharton gives us her top five ghostwritten books.
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Somebody I Used to Know by Wendy Mitchell
This Sunday Times bestseller is a look at the world through the eyes of someone living with dementia. It’s a subject that few of us like to think about, yet the way Wendy has dealt with this disease is inspirational.
Enslaved: My True Story of Survival by Emily Vaughn
Emily was just 11 when she was groomed as a drug trafficker crossing ‘county lines’. This powerful book details the vicious cycle of abuse, and has captured the heart of celebrity followers.