Emma Morgan


I've been an entertainment writer since I was 17, contributing to magazines such as the NME, Elle and the Radio Times. Now 36, I've written one novel, 'Unfamous', and am at work on a second.
Whilst writing for the NME, I 'discovered' Oasis in print and am credited in several rock biographies
– most notably John Harris's 'The Last Party' (Fourth Estate, 2003) and Paul Gallagher & Terry Christian's 'Brothers: From Childhood To Oasis' (Virgin Books, 1996). I've also written 'The Robbie Williams Story' (Carlton Books, 2004).

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Price: Free! Words: 65,680. Language: English. Published: September 25, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » General
When celebrity sidekick Stacey Blyth gets her memoirs serialised, everyone’s intrigued. The scrawny blonde says she's the heir to an immense oil fortune - but a sceptical tabloid hack who thought she was Stacey’s biographer remains sceptical. Her remembrances of their time together, spent piecing together Ms Blyth’s murky past, don’t exactly tally with the excerpts in the papers...

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