Kane and Abel

Jeffrey Archer

04 September 2008
608 pages


Jeffrey Archer's Kane and Abel is a global phenomenon that has captivated readers worldwide, spawning two sequels and dominating bestseller charts the world over.

Two strangers born worlds apart with one destiny that will define them both.

William Lowell Kane, the son of a Boston millionaire, and Abel Rosnovski, the son of a penniless Polish immigrant, are born on the same day on opposite sides of the world and brought together by fate and the quest of a dream.

Locked in a relentless struggle spanning sixty years and three generations, the two men battle for supremacy in pursuit of an empire, fuelled only by their hatred for the other and the knowledge it will end in triumph for one, and destruction of the other . . .

‘If there were a Nobel Prize for storytelling, Archer would win’ - The Daily Telegraph

The ultimate novel of rivalry
If there were a Nobel prize for storytelling, Archer would win
Probably the greatest storyteller of our age