A short read from the number one bestselling author of Kane and Abel
Taken from Jeffrey Archer's second collection of short stories, A Twist in the Tale, comes this irresistible, witty and ingenious short read.
Nigeria's newly appointed Minister of Finance is determined to make his country sit up straight with his rigorous overhaul of the system, soon earning him the nickname 'Clean Sweep Ignatius'. But, somehow, large sums of money are still falling through invisible cracks. At his wits end, General Otobi grants Ignatius with the authority to take whatever means he deems necessary to track down the errant funds . . .
Praise for Jeffrey Archer
'Probably the greatest storyteller of our age' Mail on Sunday