[Tell Tale] E–pub ´ Jeffrey Archer

  • Hardcover
  • 288
  • Tell Tale
  • Jeffrey Archer
  • English
  • 05 March 2020
  • 9781250066923

Jeffrey Archer ↠ 6 review

free read Tell Tale 106 characters Tell Tale Pens to the hapless young detective from Naples who travels to an Italian hillside town to find out Who Killed the Mayor and the pretentious schoolboy in A Road to Damascus whose discovery of the origins of his father's wealth changes his life in the most profound wayRevel in the stories of the 1930's woman who dares to challenge the men at her Ivy. It is always a pleasure to read something penned by the great Lord Jeffrey Archer whose ideas seem never to run out as he presents them in a witty fashion In this group of short stories Archer presents the full gamut of his capabilities showing that he can write something shorted than half a page as well as a multi part piece that spans many of the collection s pages Brilliant in his ideas Archer tells tales of stamp collector eager parking attendants duplicitous insurance scammers and those who want to stick it to the man The reader will find themselves fully captivated in the stories and wishing the collection could go on forever As intriguing as his Clifton Chronicles and some of his other epic novels this short collection is worth every invested moment the reader takes to complete these fourteen storiesI am filled with joy to find anything by Jeffrey Archer on my TBR shelf especially his short stories His list of ideas seems endless and he always finds ways to weave together masterful pieces that include a little punch at the end as if the reader needed a jolt to end their reading experience The vast array of characters in this collection is wonderful and Archer is able to develop those vessels of the narrative with such ease and differentiates them so effectively I can almost see the characters as they travel through the story which is surely the sign of a uality writer The stories are also wonderful for their variety as well as poignant lessons embedded in the text Even when Archer is faced with stunning limitations one hundred words exactly due in 24 hours he is able to deliver something eyebrow raise worthy What a master at the craft he has remained over four decades There will be some who bemoan his legal issues and such trolls have emerged on Goodreads It is surely they who are the jealous folk incapable of writing themselves out of a wet paper bag and trust me their troll comments prove that point Sit back and enjoy this collection It will not be something you regret Kudos Lord Archer for offering your fans such a wonderful post Clifton collection of writing I have no doubt that you will continue to amaze us with all your ideas for years to comeLovehate the review An ever growing collection of others appears at Book for All Seasons a different sort of Book Challenge Mapa Regional Castilla y León, Madrid (Carte regionali) uality writer The stories are also wonderful for their variety as well as poignant lessons embedded in the text Even when Archer is faced with stunning limitations one hundred words exactly due in 24 hours he is able to deliver something eyebrow raise worthy What a master at the craft he has remained over four decades There will be some who bemoan his legal issues and such trolls have emerged on Goodreads It is surely they who are the jealous folk incapable of writing themselves out of a wet paper bag and trust me their troll comments prove that point Sit back and enjoy this collection It will not be something you regret Kudos Lord Archer for offering your fans such a wonderful post Clifton collection of writing I have no doubt that you will continue to amaze Catalina y Catalina us with all your ideas for years to comeLovehate the review An ever growing collection of others appears at Book for All Seasons a different sort of Book Challenge

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free read Tell Tale 106 characters Tell Tale League University in A Gentleman and A Scholar while another young woman who thumbs a lift gets than she bargained for in A Wasted HourThese wonderfully engaging and always refreshingly original tales explain why Archer has been described by The Times as probably the greatest storyteller of our age A must listen for anyone who seeks an audio adventu. Having read almost all of Jeffrey Archer s considerable body of work I think it is fair to say I am a fan Ever since I opened up As the Crow Flies nearly 30 years ago I ve sought him out and often read his new stuff just as soon as it comes out And so it was with great anticipation that I discovered just a couple of days ago that he had this new short story collection coming out in October 2017While I thoroughly enjoy Archer s novels I think his short story writing is even better and absolutely among the very best in existence They are addictinglike eating potato chips You can t read just one Jeffrey Archer short story without diving into the next They are often simple stories of people who have a certain genuineness about them and therefore highly relatable for most readersThis collection contains 13 stories every one of them well written clever and intriguing There is a wide variety of stories to be found among the collection including historical settings twist endings very short 100 words to uite long The final story is actually the first 4 chapters of Archer s forth coming novel And finally as has been Archer s habit in recent collections several of the tales are based on actual stories the author has encountered during his travels Taken together this is a great collection and will please Archer s many fans and can also serve as a nice entry for those looking to sample his material Highly Recommended Thanks to NetGalley and St Martin s Press for a free electronic copy in return for an honest review The Darkly Splendid Realm up As the Crow Flies nearly 30 years ago I ve sought him out and often read his new stuff just as soon as it comes out And so it was with great anticipation that I discovered just a couple of days ago that he had this new short story collection coming out in October 2017While I thoroughly enjoy Archer s novels I think his short story writing is even better and absolutely among the very best in existence They are addictinglike eating potato chips You can t read just one Jeffrey Archer short story without diving into the next They are often simple stories of people who have a certain genuineness about them and therefore highly relatable for most readersThis collection contains 13 stories every one of them well written clever and intriguing There is a wide variety of stories to be found among the collection including historical settings twist endings very short 100 words to Salvo el crepúsculo uite long The final story is actually the first 4 chapters of Archer s forth coming novel And finally as has been Archer s habit in recent collections several of the tales are based on actual stories the author has encountered during his travels Taken together this is a great collection and will please Archer s many fans and can also serve as a nice entry for those looking to sample his material Highly Recommended Thanks to NetGalley and St Martin s Press for a free electronic copy in return for an honest review

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free read Tell Tale 106 characters Tell Tale Nearly a decade after his last volume of short stories was published Jeffrey Archer returns with his eagerly awaited audiobook collection Tell Tale gives listeners a fascinating exciting and sometimes poignant insight into the people he has met the stories he has come across and the countries he has visited during the past ten yearsFind out what hap. I received this via Goodreads Giveaways in exchange for an honest review All my opinions are my own Thanks to the publisher for mailing this to me my ARC copy has 227 pagesAlways exciting when an author you ve heard alot about lives up to the hype about emMy short opinions of each storyUniue 3 stars liked it okay but way too short would have been better longer methinksWho Killed the Mayor 4 stars That was interesting and amusing The ending had me smiling and shaking my headView of Auvers Sur Oise 35 stars another one I would have loved to have novellas or books after the main guy intrigued meA Gentleman and a Scholar 35 stars one of my favorites out of here the ending again had me smiling feel proud of another someoneAll s Fair in Love and War 3 stars one MC was a right bastard glares Originally 35 stars but changed my mind on thinking further The writing isn t bad just didn t connect with this one like the others The Car Park Attendant 3 stars this guy and his wife had ballsguts and I share a certain opinion near the end yet was rooting for em anywayA Wasted Hour 4 stars That ending loved it That twist ending was one of my favorites I didn t want it to end there poutsThe Road to Damascus 4 stars that was somethingThe Cuckold 4 stars I had no sympathy for the one guyHoliday of a Lifetime Ending B was my favorite C was too abrupt and A was alright but felt a bit rushed at the endDouble or uits 3 stars CleverThe Senior Vice President 4 stars I like how view spoilerHe got the last laugh in the end so to speak hide spoiler