To Cut A Long Story Short

To Cut A Long Story Short

Book - 2001
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The key to a great short story is to never give away the...

In To Cut a Long Story Short, New York Times bestselling author Jeffrey Archer delivers an enthralling new collection of short stories. Listeners will have a difficult time sorting fact from fiction as each story comes complete with intriguing characters, ingenious plotting and Archer's trademark surprise endings.

From the cleverest of confidence tricks, to the quirks of the legal profession, to the intrigues of love at first sight, Archer keeps listeners guessing at what is truly as it seems to be and what is a hoax, what is real and what is a red herring. His mastery of character and suspense is apparent, each word is necessary and each ending will shock and surprise.

To Cut a Long Story Short is Archer at the top of his form. It is stylish, witty, constantly entertaining, and will captivate listeners who will race through each story to find out how it ends.

Publisher: New York : HarperCollins, 2001.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780060185527
006018552X
Branch Call Number: Arc
Characteristics: 272 p.

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gtwidale
Oct 29, 2017

One of Archer's better collections of short stories and a few of them are based on actual incidents. A great read from a great storyteller.

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sbrownlibrary
Oct 13, 2011

Jeffrey Archer is a great storyteller. Short and sweet, with food for thought!

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