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Next in Line: The must-read crime-thriller from the Sunday Times bestselling author. (William Warwick Novels)

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You may wonder then why I picked this particular book to start with and I guess it was partly because it was set in the world of the Royalty Protection Service and the time of Princess Diana and partly because I knew that I was going to see Jeffrey Archer at Bloody Scotland Crime Festival. Part of this finds DI Ross Hogan, the one-time undercover policeman, assigned the job of providing close protection to HRH Princess Diana.

Caste-Off is part of THE YEAR OF SHORT STORIES and is one of a limited number of digital shorts released to celebrate the publication of Jeffrey Archer's magnificent seventh short-story collection, Tell Tale.It gets quite exciting, but I daresay the real Royal Family may not be too fond of the details (nope, can't explain - you'll just have to read it for yourself).

With a handful of other Warwicks and a few retuning faces, Archer dazzles in this latest story that advances the plot and heads towards the ultimate finale. New York Times number one bestselling author Jeffrey Archer is a master of the short-story form, creating classic tales beloved by his fans. I devoured the Clifton Chronicles series and I have loved every previous William Warwick novel so I was so pleased to see the fifth book being published. Thinking about this book and what makes it appeal to the male reader also prompted me to realize there are a few hallmarks of this genre that I’m starting to recognize, so indulge me in a little analysis while I also sing its praises below. Rich with libel damages from a tabloid newspaper, Archer forged another comeback, running as the Conservative Party candidate in London’s 1999 mayoral race.

As I look at all of the glowing reviews Next in Line has, I ask that you take my review with a grain of salt. But a prisoner they've put in jail has a duplicitous attorney, Booth Watson (who for whatever reason is always referred to by both his first and last name) more intent on stealing his client's money than defending him and an ex-wife, Christina, who doesn't care about the money but wants the artwork he's accumulated over the years. Archer knows storytelling and has pulled me in on many an occasion with his flights of fancy and historical perspectives. Norway’s Jon Fosse Wins Nobel Literature Prize for Giving “Voice to the Unsayable” The author's work has been translated into more than 40 languages, and there have been more than 1,000 different productions of his plays.

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