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Encyclopedia > Andrew Neiderman

Andrew Neiderman (born 1940) is a U.S. author. He became the ghost writer for V. C. Andrews following her death in 1986. Year 1940 (MCMXL) was a leap year starting on Monday (the link is to a full 1940 calendar). ... Cleo Virginia Andrews (6 June 1923 – 19 December 1986), better known as or is an American author. ... 1986 (MCMLXXXVI) was a common year starting on Wednesday of the Gregorian calendar. ...


  • Illusion (1967)
  • Sisters (1972)
  • Weekend (1980) (with Tania Grossinger)
  • Pin (1981)
  • Brainchild (1981)
  • Someone's Watching (1983)
  • Tender, Loving Care (1984) (filmed into a movie and formatted into a game)
  • Imp (1985)
  • Child's Play (1985)
  • Love Child (1986)
  • Reflection (1986)
  • Teacher's Pet (1986)
  • Night Howl (1986)
  • Sight Unseen (1987)
  • Playmates (1987)
  • The Maddening (1987)
  • Surrogate Child (1988)
  • Perfect Little Angels (1989)
  • The Devil's Advocate (1990) (filmed in 1997 by Taylor Hackford)
  • Bloodchild (1990)
  • The Immortals (1991)
  • The Need (1992)
  • Sister, Sister (1992)
  • The Solomon Organization (1993)
  • After Life (1993)
  • Angel of Mercy (1994 book) (1994)
  • Duplicates (1994)
  • The Dark (1997)
  • In Double Jeopardy (1998)
  • Neighborhood Watch (1999)
  • Curse (2000)
  • Amnesia (2001)
  • Dead Time (2002)
  • Under Abduction (2002)
  • The Baby Squad (2003)
  • Deficiency (2004)

Someones brainchild is an idea or invention that they have thought up or created. ... Love Child is a 1986 novel by Andrew Neiderman. ... Troxa argues with Cole in Sight Unseen // Episode of the popular U.S. television series, Charmed Episode Number: 5 Season: 3 Production Code: 4300049 Airdate: November 2nd, 2000 Writer: William Schmidt Director: Perry Lang Spoiler warning: After the manor is burglarized, Prue becomes obsessed with learning more about the elusive... Originally a novel written by Andrew Neiderman (Under the title Playmates), this 1995 direct to video creepfest involves Burt Reynolds playing Roy Scudder, an owner of a seedy gas station who helps a young woman, Cassie Osborne (Mia Sara) and her 5 year old daughter, Samantha with their car after... This page is about the movie. ... This is a list of film-related events in 1997. ... Taylor Hackford (born December 31, 1944 in Santa Barbara, California) is an American film director. ... German cover of Wild Magic. ... This article is about the Japanese movie. ... The Dark was the eighth Magic: The Gathering set and the fourth expansion set, released in August, 1994. ... This article is about the local crime prevention organization. ... In particle and nuclear detectors the dead time is the time after each event detected by the detector in which the detector is not able to reveal another event if it happens. ... The Baby Squad is a dystopian thriller by Andrew Neiderman first published in 2003. ...

External link

  • Andrew Neiderman's official web site

  Results from FactBites:
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Neiderman is the author of 27 published novels, with topics ranging from androgynes (a race of sexual predators) to anatomical dummies.
Neiderman said he sold it after a pitch meeting on the basis of its “high concept,” which he explained is a Hollywood term that means a book has such great scope that it would make a terrific movie.
Neiderman’s agent, Anita Diamant, was also the agent for V.C. Andrews and this helped in the decision to choose him to ghostwrite Andrews’s books after her death in 1986.
Virginia C. Andrews at AllExperts (530 words)
Most of her novels combine Gothic horror and family saga, each usually consisting of a series of five books, where the last book is a prequel explaining much of the events of the series.
Andrews, as she was better known to her fans, wrote the infamous novel Flowers in the Attic.
Her novels were so successful that after her death her estate hired a ghost writer, Andrew Neiderman, to write more stories that were published under her name.
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