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Tue, 13 December 2016

A huge THANK YOU to all my readers who’ve sent me so many kind and generous messages about THIS WAS A MAN, the final volume in the Clifton Chronicles. I was thrilled that the book went straight to #1 on the Sunday Times Bestseller list, and also to #1 in India, South Africa and New Zealand. I had a very busy November when I completed an exciting book tour to India, and visited several independent bookstores around the UK for signings. I’m much looking forward to speaking at the Emirates Festival of Literature in Dubai in March next year, and it’s possible I will also be visiting Australia…


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Jeffrey Archer on The Clifton Chronicles

Jeffrey Archer discusses The Clifton Chronicles.
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On writing characters, Jeffrey explains, “if you’ve got to invent a person completely that’s quite a strain but if you base it on someone you know you draw them, you draw the picture and then what they’re good at, or what their failings are and what goes right and what goes wrong.” Of his lead characters in THE CLIFTON CHRONICLES, Jeffrey admits there’s, “a lot of Harry in me, and there’s a bit of Giles in me.” Which of Jeffrey’s characters do you most relate to? ... See MoreSee Less

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Delighted to see this new Hungarian edition of Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less, which has just been published by General Press - some 42 years after its first publication!
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Mary and I are taking a short break for a cruise on Viking Sky. Fascinating visit on Saturday to Butrint in Albania, a country I'd never visited before. We were surprised and delighted to bump into Prue Leith on the ship. JA ... See MoreSee Less

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How far would you go to protect the person you loved? In ONLY TIME WILL TELL, Harry Clifton sails into New York harbour aboard the Kansas Star. Little did he know that his first view of the Manhattan skyline would be his last for quite some time. In THE SINS OF THE FATHER, he must choose between revealing his true identity and releasing Emma from the burden of their love. ... See MoreSee Less

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On writing characters, Jeffrey explains, “if you’ve got to invent a person completely that’s quite a strain but if you base it on someone you know you draw them, you draw the picture and then what they’re good at, or what their failings are and what goes right and what goes wrong.” Of his lead characters in THE CLIFTON CHRONICLES, Jeffrey admits there’s, “a lot of Harry in me, and there’s a bit of Giles in me.” Which of Jeffrey’s characters do you most relate to? ... See MoreSee Less

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Delighted to see this new Hungarian edition of Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less, which has just been published by General Press - some 42 years after its first publication!
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