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Author: Jeffrey Archer
ISBN13: 978-0330419017
Title: A Quiver Full of Arrows
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Language: English
Category: Contemporary
Publisher: Pan MacMillan (June 30, 2003)
Pages: 200

A Quiver Full of Arrows by Jeffrey Archer

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A quiver full of arrows. First came his financial caper NOT A PENNY MORE, NOT A PENNY LESS. The characters and situations in this book are entirely imaginary and bear no relation to any real person or actual happening. This book is sold subject to the condition that it shall not, by way of trade or otherwise, be lent, re-sold, hired out or otherwise circulated without the publisher s prior consent in any form of binding or cover other than that in which this is published and without a similar condition including this condition being imposed on the subsequent purchaser. A Quiver Full of Arrows. Cadogan Gardens at exactly eight-twenty and arrive at the Foreign Office at promptly eight-fifty-nine, returning home again on the stroke of six o'clock.

A Quiver Full of Arrows is a 1980 collection of twelve short stories by British writer and politician Jeffrey Archer. From London to China, and New York to Nigeria, Jeffrey Archer takes the reader on a tour of ancient heirlooms and modern romance, of cutthroat business and kindly strangers, of lives lived in the realms of power and lives freed from the gloom of oppression. Fortunes are made and squandered, honor betrayed and redeemed, and love lost and rediscovered.

A Quiver full of Arrows' is a wonderful book to make a beginning to your Jeffrey Archer Shelf. This is the first book, written by him that I have read and I seriously loved it. It's completely worth all the time you spend on it, even if it means ignoring the teacher in class and reading in secret. well endings are so unexpected that I promise you will never fail to smile  . A Quiver Full of Arrows is a collection of eleven short stories by Jeffrey Archer published in 1980.

Stylish, witty and constantly entertainin. effrey Archer has a natural aptitude for short stories. Excitin. rcher offers versatility, laughter, inventive plotting and a gift for characterization. Baltimore Sun. Amusin. oignant. Books by Jeffrey Archer: Short stories - A Quiver Full of Arrows

THIS WAS A MAN – ARCHER, JEFFREY. epub free download THIS WAS A MAN BOOK 7 An epic saga tha. pocket full of rye – agatha christie. 142857142857144 7 5 Author: Jeffrey Archer Narrator: Martin Jarvis. This collection of twelve short stories will draw the listener into each story, whether it is Old Love, the tale of two undergraduates at Oxford in the thirties and their bitter rivalry that ends in a memorable love story or Broken Routine, which tells of an insurance claim advisor and his surprising encounter on the train home to Sevenoaks, or Henry's Hiccup, the story of The Grand Pasha and how his plans for the most perfect honeymoon go awry. Quiver Full of Arrows is a collection of twelve exciting short stories from bestselling author, Jeffrey Archer. Always have a good book lined up - Listen and read whenever you want. Read and listen to as many books as you like!

Two friends fall under the spell of a New York beauty - with quite unexpected results. An offhand remark is taken seriously by a Chinese sculptor, and a British diplomat becomes the owner of a priceless work of art. An insurance claims advisor has a most surprising encounter on the train home to Sevenoaks. These are the openings to three of this marvellous collection of stories that ends with a hauntingly-written, atmospheric account of two undergraduates at Oxford in the thirties, a tale of bitter rivalry that ends in a memorable love story. 'Stylish, witty and constantly entertaining ...Jeffrey Archer has a natural aptitude for short stories' - "The Times."
Reviews: 7
I've read almost all of Jeffrey Archer Books. I am very disappointed with this one because I could see that his investigation is poor on some subjects. For example Spanish. We would never say in Spanish. "viva la Colombia". It is written twice in this book. Also on geography. Colombia is a tropical country but the city of Bogotá is located at 7.800 ft. altitude so it is not hot nor humid as its stated on this book. Maybe many other of his books which we thought were thoroughly investigated, were not. What a shame, because he writes very well.
Archer has written a cracker set of short stories here. Hold my attention from beginning to end, and the stories are varied and interesting. Character development is well done and I come away from reading each story highly satisfied. I like his writing and would buy his other titles
Interesting stories and storytelling. But a bit flat compared to Somerset Maugham or Fredrick Fosyth. I would rate No Comebacks a lot higher.
What can be said of Jeffery Archer's short stories that has not already been said? The man is a genius and his short stories are, to my mind, even better than the novels.

Here we have stories with real characters, great story lines and magnificent twists and turns, as a good short story should be. To say more about the stories would give away the excitement the reader will experience.
This is truly a diverse book of short stories, one of which describes the young Pontius Pilate meeting and befriending Mary and Joseph before the imminent birth of Jesus. All of the stories are excellent, but this one stands alone, and makes the purchase worthwhile.
Love love Archer's short stories! Difficult to read just one.
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Jeffrey has grown on me as an author. Engaging stories, unfolding all the time with nuance. This book, a collection of short stories, is a nice gem. Commuter sized stories; and interesting little escapes.
His books can get boring.