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And Thereby Hangs a Tale by Jeffrey Archer


Since I enjoyed reading Archer's 2006 mystery, False Impression, I picked up this book of his short stories. The collection is a breezy read of tales, all with a twist. They are international in scope with various settings (Milwaukee is mentioned in Where There's A Will).

Archer is a good raconteur. You'll imagine you've made his acquaintance while traveling and he is sharing these stories after dinner with a group of newfound companions. Check catalog for availability.

Submitted by Linda V. @ Center St

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