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Cat O'Nine Tales: And Other Stories

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

excellent tales

These excellent tales will be on everyone short list for crime caper anthology of the year. Jeffrey Archer says that nine of the original stories were based on contributions from cell mates while the other three came after the author¿s release from prison. All twelve ...
These excellent tales will be on everyone short list for crime caper anthology of the year. Jeffrey Archer says that nine of the original stories were based on contributions from cell mates while the other three came after the author¿s release from prison. All twelve tales are strong entries especially since the reader does not know until finishing the story whether crime pays in ill gotten gains or with prison time. Ronald Searle¿s drawings enhance the stories, but it is clearly the writing ¿Maestro¿ who makes this a winning short story collection with several especially the fascinating 'It Can't Be October Already' deserving consideration for Nebulas.----------- Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on December 9, 2008

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Enjoyed some of the stories

I love Jeffrey Archer's writing - don't think a lot of him as a person - but as an author - WOW! I always look forward especially for a new short story book from him because they are my favorite. This whole book disappointed me. Although, I would give 5 stars for the...
I love Jeffrey Archer's writing - don't think a lot of him as a person - but as an author - WOW! I always look forward especially for a new short story book from him because they are my favorite. This whole book disappointed me. Although, I would give 5 stars for the last story 'The Eye of the Beholder'. Now there is the author I enjoy!

posted by Anonymous on September 12, 2007

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 13, 2013

    Nightclaw

    *the black tom padded in, his bright green eyes attempting to watch everyone at one time* may l join this clan?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 2, 2013

    Can i join

    Im not that active thought cause i share a nook so yeah im flamenight an im single and right now i spy on prowess

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 24, 2013

    Not his usual genius

    Jeff Archer used to be my favorite author, due to his ingenious writing. But this book can't hold a candle to what he used to write. Here you had to work through the whole story before seeing a spark of his old self.

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