To Cut a Long Story Short (Mass Market)

By Jeffrey Archer

St. Martin's Paperbacks, 9781250029454, 336pp.

Publication Date: June 4, 2013

Other Editions of This Title:
Paperback, Marathi (9/1/2013)
Paperback (6/4/2013)
Mass Market (12/4/2001)
Hardcover (11/21/2000)

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Description

In this short story collection by Jeffrey Archer, a dying man doesn't know which of his relations to leave his fortune to, only to find out who really cares about him. A chance overheard conversation changes the course of an entire man's life. A woman savors every word of a letter from her lover while her husband reads over her shoulder. A criminal on the loose confesses that he is desperate to be caught. A widowed mother learns the cold truth about her second husband at the dawn of her third marriage. A pencil, the cruelest of the artist's tools, leaves nothing to chance… in To Cut a Long Story Short.

This edition of the book is the deluxe, tall rack mass market paperback.



About the Author

JEFFREY ARCHER was educated at Oxford University. He served five years as a Member of Parliament in the House of Commons and has served twenty-six years as a Member of the House of Lords. Now published in 97 countries and more than 37 languages, all of his novels and short story collections—including Kane & Abel, Only Time Will Tell and This Was a Man—have been international bestsellers. Jeffrey is married with two sons and three grandchildren, and lives in London, Cambridge and Majorca.


Praise For To Cut a Long Story Short

“Will keep your blood pressure high and you'll risk back injury just from being kept on the edge of your seat...I guarantee that anyone who takes this book from the shelves will not be able to put it down.” —The Spectator (UK) on The Sins of the Father

“[Archer] is a master of fiction...Jeffrey Archer has the strange gift denied to many who think themselves more serious novelists. He can tell a story, and he does so with such conviction, such appealing naivety, that you suspend disbelief, and read happily on.” —The Scotsman (UK) on The Sins of the Father

“ Archer can plot a story.” —Kirkus Reviews on The Sins of the Father