Jeffrey Archer

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Just finished and enjoyed immensely, Jeffrey Archer's book "A Prisoner of Birth".

Have read a few of his books but found this to be the best so far. Part of it is set in prison, so I guess he did some research while inside himself. :roll: He might have written it in the prison.

Well worth a read from your local library. :good:
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Hello Hughie.
Just seen you have read the book, This how he got his
work material, he was put in prison for Perjury.
best wish Ellen. :oops:
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Thought I'd have a read of Archer's Clifton Chronicles series - now on the fourth of seven books and thoroughly enjoying them.
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