THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING

Tall tale takes a new twist in court

Publisher will not have to pay author for sham memoir

By David Abel
Globe Staff / November 25, 2010

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When Misha Defonseca admitted that her best-selling memoir about surviving the Holocaust with the help of wolves was a sham, her publisher thought she could avoid paying the author and her ghost writer a disputed $32.5 million for allegedly concealing profits from sales. (Full article: 1132 words)

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