|To Cut a Long Story Short (2000) [Collection]|
by Jeffrey Archer
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(From the publisher):
From the master storyteller comes a masterful collection of fourteen riveting tales of elaborate confidence tricks, political chicanery, immoral behavior, and dangerously illicit affairs, rendered with the breathtaking narrative twists that have become the Jeffrey Archer hallmark.
Here are all new stories that will engross and astonish, peopled with a rich assortment of truly memorable characters: the intoxicating woman who appears to her lover only once every six years; the British diplomat who employs his rather creative -- if not entirely ethical -- financial talents for a greater good; the millionaire who declares himself bankrupt to test the love and loyalties of those closest to him.
This is Jeffrey Archer at the top of his form, as he offers us unique fables of our time and civilization, each one shining a harsh yet hypnotic light on that fascinating complex being called "human."
* Based on true incidents
- Introduction: Death Speaks
- The Expert Witness *
- The Endgame
- The Letter
- Crime Pays *
- Chalk and Cheese
- A Change of Heart *
- Too Many Coincidences *
- Love at First Sight *
- Both Sides Against the Middle *
- A Weekend to Remember *
- Something for Nothing *
- Other Blighters' Efforts
- The Reclining Woman *
- The Grass is Always Greener...
Original title: To Cut a Long Story Short
Genre: Fiction→ Crime and Mystery→ Suspense
Fiction→ General Fiction→ Eccentric People
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