‘TOP Picks for Jeffery Archer’s Finest Work’
Must Read Books by Jeffery Archer
Well, who isn’t familiar with a famous novelist and former ‘Mayor of London’ and politician “Jeffery Archer”, known for his unique storytelling, selling over 300 million copies; Archer has made a fortune as a fiction novelist with his publication read in 97 countries and translated in 33 languages.
We’ll look at the top 7 novels by Jeffery Archer, which are a must-read for book enthusiasts.
- The Fourth State: The Book speaks about the role and importance of the Press and Mass media, published in 1996; The Fourth State can be seen as an interpretation of the rivalry between two media tycoons Robert Maxwell and Rupert Murdoch. The story revolves around two media personalities who are keen to destroy each other at any cost, to fulfil their dream of building the biggest media industry across the globe. However, fate had different plans for them.
2. Kane and Able: Ranked as the number one seller on New York Times, published in 1979, Kane and Able tells about a tale of two men who are born on the same date but each has a different fate, spanning over six decades and three generations of the intermingling of stories, the two foes are against each other for a cause. An Indian remake of the series was made by Doordarshan in 1994-1998 by the name of Junoon, which telecasted 510 episodes.
3. Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less: Published in 1976, it’s the first novel written by Jeffery Archer, to save him from bankruptcy. The story features four men who are conned to lose their money to a man named Harvey Metcalfe, and how the group of four comes together to teach the trickster a lesson and get their money back.
4. The Prodigal Daughter: The book is a sequel to Kane and Able, published in 1982, the story is a follow to Florentyna Rosonvski, daughter of Able Rosonvski, and her ascendance towards the position of the President of the United States of America. Which was later followed by Shall We Tell the President? , sequel book.
5. As the Crow Flies: The book was first published in 1980, set in the backdrop of changing century, spanning over sixty years the book tells about Charlie Trumper and his adventures in the war, and a quest of building a legacy of an Honest Trader.
6. Honour Among the Thieves: Published in 1993, Honour among the thieves, is a fictional story set in the year 1991 Gulf war, which is about the chase for the stolen American Declaration of Independence by Saddam Hussein, who seeks to humiliate the USA via burning the Declaration publicly on television.
7. A Prisoner of Birth: Published in 2008, inspired by ‘The Count of Monte Cristo” an 1884 novel by Dumas’s, A Prisoner of Birth tells a tale about Spencer Craig and Danny Cartwright who crosses paths, and Cartwright in spite of being innocent is framed for murder which he hasn’t committed, thus he plots for revenge.
Conclusion: Here were the top 7 picks for Jeffery Archer books; some honourable mentions are recently decade-old publications such as The Clifton Chronicle Series, and William Warwick Novel Series. So! tell me, which one is your favourite and exclusive Jeffery Archer book to date, drop in the comment section!!!?