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Jeffrey Archer


UK flag (b.1940)

aka FF8282

Jeffrey Archer is Britain's top-selling novelist. A former Member of Parliament and Deputy Chairman of the Conservative Party, he was created a Life Peer in the Queen's Birthday Honours of 1992. He lives in London and Cambridge.

Genres: General Fiction, Thriller, Historical
 
Series contributed to
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Anthologies edited
Fools, Knaves, and Heroes (1998) (with Simon Bainbridge)
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Non fiction series
Prison Diary
1. Hell (2002) (as by FF8282)
2. Purgatory (2003)
3. Heaven (2004)
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Non fiction
The Gospel According to Judas (2007) (with Frank Moloney)
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Books about Jeffrey Archer
In for a Penny (1988) by Jonathan Mantle
Jeffrey Archer: Stranger Than Fiction (1995) by Michael Crick
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Jeffrey Archer recommends
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All the Queen's Men (1980)
Guiy De Montfort
"A good fast read, bang on target."
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Deadly Sins (2009)
Nicholas Coleridge
"Take a bite, it's delicious."
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Quantum Breach (2009)
(McCabe, book 1)
Mark Powell
"A gripping read from this promising new author."
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Turn of the Tide (2012)
(Munro, book 1)
Margaret Skea
"...outstanding."
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The Cheesemaker's House (2013)
Jane Cable
"I desperately want to find about Owen, a fascinating character."
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The Restless Sea (2018)
Vanessa de Haan
"The sure-footedness of a pro, an amazing debut."
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Don't Let Me in (2018)
Phil Kurthausen
"Totally unputdownable... outstanding."
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To Kill the Truth (2019)
Sam Bourne
"Read this book."

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