Think of a book. Then imagine someone other than the author who might – or could never – have written it.

Fear of Flying by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
Across the River and into the Trees by Albert Camus
Present at the Creation by Richard Dawkins
Bleak House by Anna Wintour
Party Going by Marcel Proust
Indecision by Leon Wieseltier
Finnegans Wake by Maeve Binchy
Catch-22 by Gustave Flaubert
I Married a Communist by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
Lucky Jim by Jane Austen
A Brief History of Time by Henry Luce
Fire in The Lake by Gordon Ramsay
Down and Out in Paris and London by Diana Cooper
On the Waterfront by Max Beerbohm
The Wisdom of Crowds by Elias Canetti
Tender is the Night by Mario Batali
Everything is Illuminated by Bill Buford
All The President's Men by Jacqueline Susann