Jeffrey Archer, whose novels and short stories include Kane and Abel, A Prisoner of Birth and Cat O' Nine Tales, has topped the bestseller lists around the world, with sales of over 275 million copies. "
" He is the only author ever to have been a number one bestseller in fiction (nineteen times), short stories (four times) and non-fiction (The Prison Diaries). "
" The author is married to Dame Mary Archer, and they have two sons and two grandsons.
This Was a Man is the seventh and final, captivating instalment of the Clifton Chronicles from master storyteller Jeffrey Archer. Read the first chapter now.
When Jeffrey Archer was asked to come up with his favourite reading list, there were five books that immediately came to mind...
The Clifton Chronicles are available on audio, narrated by award-winning stage actor Alex Jennings.
The old saying goes that you should never judge a book by its cover but, let’s be honest, we often do. And when you’re publishing a series as magnificent as The Clifton Chronicles, you’re duty-bound to make sure the covers do justice to the stories inside them.
The Clifton Chronicles is Jeffrey Archer’s no.1 bestselling series, bringing to life the key historical and political events of the 20th century over the course of one family’s story, with their triumphs and their tragedies.
We are delighted to reveal the worldwide jackets for This Was A Man, the final volume in Jeffrey Archer’s hugely popular series, The Clifton Chronicles.
On Wednesday 24th February 2016, Jeffrey Archer met with some of his fans to talk about Cometh The Hour and he revealed his original plans for Lady Virginia...
Can you remember the book that really made you fall in love with reading? Perhaps it was a whole series or lots of different books. Here are the books that set us at the Window Seat off on our reading journeys; we'd love to know what yours is... (Go team Matilda!)
Today: gym 9.30-10.30, PM's statement in the House 12.30-1.30, sale of my political cartoons at Sotheby's 2.30-4.30… https://t.co/0J5gU156QW
by @Jeffrey_Archer - 3 days ago
RT @MacmillanAus: Big news from @Jeffrey_Archer this morning! https://t.co/NfHCgkQHCI https://t.co/OcTVaNwIDW
@ibbikahn @daveyfield I'm glad Paths of Glory inspired you to read more about him.
@robertd98763745 @goodreads Many thanks - delighted you enjoyed the series.
RT @Sothebys: So numerous and prolific were the cartoons of Churchill that it's no surprise the former British Prime Minister features heav…
The perfect marriage she envisaged starts to disintegrate as Max becomes increasingly inattentive an...
by @JeffreyArcherAuthor - yesterday
Jeffrey is looking forward to visiting GERMANY next week - Hamburg on Tuesday and Dusseldorf on Wedn...
by @JeffreyArcherAuthor - 3 days ago
In AS THE CROW FLIES, Jeffrey takes us back to London’s markets at the turn of the century – from Br...
Next Tuesday evening, March 20th, the daughter of my old friend Shu Ueyama, is giving her first UK p...
by @JeffreyArcherAuthor - 4 days ago
Have you read through the short stories in Jeffrey’s new collection, TELL TALE, and been downloading...
by @JeffreyArcherAuthor - 5 days ago