He is, in fact, considered by many one of the finest and most successful ghostwriters in the world.
– Vulpes Libris
One of the most successful – if not the most successful ghostwriter in the world
– Claudia Winkleman, The Arts Show, BBC Radio 2
A hugely successful author … a literary gun for hire.
                 – Nick Higham, “Meet the Author” BBC News 
When it comes to famous clients, he is as silent as Jeeves.
                                       – Sinclair McKay, Daily Telegraph
Andrew Crofts has had one of the most diverse and exciting lives I’ve ever come across.
                                         – Farm Lane Books Blog
Mr Crofts has enjoyed rare celebrity. His guide for aspiring ghostwriters was quoted in the Robert Harris thriller, The Ghost, later turned into a film by Roman Polanski
Emma Jacobs, Financial Times
One of British literature’s best kept secrets…
Matt Allwright, The One Show, BBC1
One of our currently eminent ghostwriters, Andrew Crofts …
John Sutherland, Emeritus Lord Northcliffe Professor
of Modern English Literature at UCL, The Spectator
The jolly successful rent-a-ghost, Andrew Crofts
Horace Bent, The Bookseller Magazine
The shadowy authors of books such as these … are becoming some of the most popular writers of our time
Harriet Dennys, The Bookseller Magazine
and of course there’s the Crofts factor
Caroline Sanderson, The Bookseller Magazine
One of the world’s most successful and versatile freelance writers
Hilary Bowman, Writing Magazine
The legendary Andrew Crofts
Alex Larman, TheLondon Paper
Ghostwriting is no longer the sector of publishing that dare not speak its name; it looks a lot like the future of the book trade … Crofts … is widely acknowledged as the modern master of the genre
Tim Adams, The Observer
A world-class ghostwriter
Judy Finnigan, Richard&Judy Show, Channel Four
There will have been several occasions where Andrew had two books in the bestseller list at the same time and no one outside the industry will have seen that.
Torey Hayden
Andrew Crofts – the king of British ghostwriters…. has ghosted a staggering number of books ….Crofts has spent a lot of time thinking about the nature of ghostwriting – what it takes to find another person’s voice … a one-man word factory.
Helen Brown, Daily Telegraph
…Britain’s foremost ghost-writer …probably the only writer in the world without an ego …he’s very good at it – frighteningly good at it, sometimes …a most contented, self-effacing, ego-free ghost
Claire Bott, Publishing News.
One of the best known ghostwriters in the country is Andrew Crofts …. So immersed is he in the life of the ghostwriter that he has just written a comic novel about one called “Maisie’s Amazing Maids”.
Charley Lee Potter, Open Book, BBC Radio 4.
He does it very well.
Libby Purves, Midweek, BBC Radio 4.
Andrew Crofts, the king of the modern ghosts.
Terence Blacker The Independent
Ghostwriter Andrew Crofts is, unsurprisingly, in great demand…..
Mariella Frostrup, Open Book, BBC Radio 4
…Andrew Crofts, who is one of the UK’s most prolific and successful writers, despite being almost completely unknown to the book-buying public
Duncan Walker, BBC News Online Magazine.
He has a solid list of successes behind him and impeccable credentials…
Judith Spelman, Writing Magazine.
This man could make a grocery list intriguing ….