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    Jeffrey Archer at his best

    14 short stories provide some very thought provoking moments, along with some great chuckles. The challenge of a story that is exactly 100 words in length is present twice in this book. Both made me think long after the story ended. One story even offered a multiple choice ending! The only issue I had is that a lot of the stories are 'ancient history' in the setting of WW 1 and WW2 though the morals in the stories are timeless and also very British which not many modern readers can relate to. The Road to Damascus was moving. Joe & Molly & the car park was light-hearted fun. The book ends with 4 chapters from the upcoming Heads you Win which I refuse to read since next I see the real book I will think I have read it and miss out on another great story.
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    Enjoyable

    I don’t read short stories often, but this book reminded me why I should read them more often. I’ve been reading and enjoying Jeffrey Archer since Kane and Abel back in 1979, and he does short stories as well as anyone out there. Each little nugget is fully formed, each character given his/her due, each story has a satisfying, and often unexpected, ending. Quite enjoyable, I can recommend this on for anyone who enjoys short stories, and even for those who don’t - it might just change your mind. Copy provided by Netgalley and St. Martin's Press in exchange for an unbiased review.
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    Your Tale

    Superb. Loved every one other the Tales. Highly recommend.
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    short stories well crafted

    A delightful read, twists of plot at every turn in just a few pages.
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    Very entertaining

    Keeps you guessing to try and guess the twist at the end. All good stories and quick reads.
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