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Jeffrey Archer
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False Impression, A Matter of Honour & Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less
When an aristocratic old lady is brutally murdered in her country home the night before 9/11, it takes all the resources of the FBI and Interpol to work out the connection between her and the possible motive for her death – a priceless Van Gogh painting. It’s a young woman in the North Tower when the first plane crashed into the building who has the courage and determination to take on both sides of the law and avenge the old lady’s death in False Impression.

He should never have opened the envelope . . . Adam Scott listens to the reading of his father's will, aware that the results can only be pitiful. The Colonel, after all, had nothing to leave - except a letter he had never opened himself, a letter Adam fears can only bring further disgrace to the family name. Against his mother's wishes, Adam opens the letter, and immediately realises his life can never be the same again. The contents leave him with no choice but to follow a course his father would have described as A Matter of Honour.

One million dollars - that's what Harvey Metcalfe, lifelong king of shady deals, has pulled off with empty promises of an oil bonanza and instant riches. Overnight, four men - the heir to an earldom, a Harley Street doctor, a Bond Street art dealer and an Oxford don - find themselves penniless. But this time Harvey has swindled the wrong men. They band together and shadow him from the casinos of Monte Carlo to the high-stakes windows at Ascot and the hallowed lawns of Oxford.Their plan is simple: to sting the crook for exactly what they lost. To the penny. Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less.
ISBN 9781447257769Category FictionSubcategory Modern & Contemporary Fiction
Publisher Pan Macmillan IndiaImprint PanPublished 07/06/2014
Format 198 x 126Binding PaperbackPage extent 600
author note
Jeffrey Archer, whose novels and short stories include Kane and Abel, A ... »
 
 
 
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