Jeffrey Archer

Jeffrey Archer

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September 24th, 2024: An Eye for An Eye

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Jeffrey Archer Stats: The highest rated book by Jeffrey Archer on Book Notification is Traitors Gate, the 6th novel in the Detective William Warwick series. The second-highest rated book is Cometh the Hour (The Clifton Chronicles #6).

The most read book by Jeffrey Archer on Book Notification is Nothing Ventured, the first novel in the Detective William Warwick series. The second most read book is Only Time Will Tell (The Clifton Chronicles #1).

Below is a complete list of Jeffrey Archer books in publication and chronological order, broken down by series. The most popular series by Jeffrey Archer is The Clifton Chronicles Series.

List of Kane and Abel Books in Publication Order

List of Kane and Abel Series in Chronological Order

List of The Clifton Chronicles Books in Publication Order

List of Detective William Warwick Books in Publication Order

List of Standalone Novels in Publication Order

# ReadTitle Avg. Year Book Link
1
9
Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less
1976
2
8
First Among Equals
1983
3
8.2
A Matter of Honor
1985
4
8.5
As the Crow Flies
1990
5
8.8
Honor Among Thieves
1993
6
9
The Fourth Estate
1996
7
8
The Eleventh Commandment
1998
8
The Accused
2000
9
9
Sons of Fortune
2002
10
7.8
False Impression
2005
11
9.2
A Prisoner of Birth
2008
12
8
Paths of Glory
2009
13
7.9
Heads You Win
2019

List of Short Stories/Novellas in Publication Order

List of Plays in Publication Order

List of Children's Books in Publication Order

List of Short Story Collections in Publication Order

# ReadTitle Avg. Year Book Link
1
A Quiver Full of Arrows
1980
2
Fools, Knaves, and Heroes
1989
3
Twelve Red Herrings
1994
4
To Cut a Long Story Short
1997
5
The Collected Short Stories
1997
6
A Twist in the Tale
2000
7
9
Cat O'Nine Tales and Other Stories
2006
8
And Thereby Hangs a Tale
2010
9
The New Collected Short Stories
2011
10
Four Warned
2014
11
7
Tell Tale
2017
12
The Short, The Long and the Tall
2020

List of Non-Fiction Books in Publication Order

List of A Prison Diary Non-Fiction Books in Publication Order

List of Little Kingdoms Books in Publication Order

List of Jeffrey Archer Anthologies in Publication Order

Jeffrey Archer: Biography

Jeffrey Archer (Jeffrey Howard Archer) was born on April 15th, 1940 and is currently 84 years old. Jeffrey Archer was born in Holloway, London, England. Archer attended Oxford University Department for Continuing Education.

Jeffrey Archer (Jeffrey Howard Archer) is probably best known for his Standalone Novels. There are currently 13 novels available. The first standalone was released in 1976 with the novel Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less. The most recently released novel was Heads You Win which was released in 2019. There are no upcoming standalone novels by Jeffrey at this time.

Jeffrey Archer has also written the Short Story Collections series which has 12 books including A Quiver Full of Arrows and Fools, Knaves, and Heroes.

Jeffrey Archer: Awards & Accolades

Jeffrey Archer won the Nielsen Awards, Honorary Platinum Bestseller Award, in 2022.

Jeffrey Archer books have been nominated for multiple awards, False Impression was nominated for the International Thriller Writers Award, Best Novel, in 2007. A Prisoner of Birth was nominated for the Audie Award, Best Fiction, in 2009. And Thereby Hangs a Tale was nominated for the Audie Award, Best Short Stories or Collections, in 2011. Only Time Will Tell was nominated for the Goodreads Awards, Best Historical Fiction, in 2011. The Sins of the Father was nominated for the Goodreads Awards, Best Historical Fiction, in 2012.

Jeffrey Archer: Lists & Other Mentions

  • The Prodigal Daughter was a New York Times: #1 Fiction Best Seller in 1982.
  • First Among Equals was a New York Times: #1 Fiction Best Seller in 1984.
  • Cometh the Hour was a New York Times: #1 Fiction Best Seller in 2016.

Jeffrey Archer: F.A.Q

When was Jeffrey Archer Born? How old is Jeffrey Archer?

Jeffrey Archer was born on April 15th, 1940. Jeffrey Archer is currently 84 years old.

Where was Jeffrey Archer Born?

Jeffrey Archer was born in Holloway, London, England and is English.

What awards has Jeffrey Archer won?

Jeffrey Archer has won the following awards: Honorary Platinum Bestseller Award at the Nielsen Awards (2022).

What was the first book Jeffrey Archer wrote?

The first novel written by Jeffrey Archer was Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less, published in 1976.

What was the most recent book Jeffrey Archer wrote?

His most recently released work was Dance of the Underpants on March 28th, 2024.

Will there be any more books by Jeffrey Archer?

Jeffrey Archer has a new book coming out on September 24th, 2024 called An Eye for An Eye.

How many books has Jeffrey Archer written?

Jeffrey Archer has written 61 books across 11 series.
  • 3 books in the Kane and Abel Series
  • 7 books in The Clifton Chronicles Series
  • 7 books in the Detective William Warwick Series
  • 13 Standalone Novels
  • 8 Short Stories/Novellas
  • 1 Play
  • 4 Children's Books
  • 12 Short Story Collections
  • 1 Non-Fiction Books
  • 3 books in the A Prison Diary Non-Fiction Series
  • 2 books in the Little Kingdoms Series

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    Austin D.
    Austin D.
    2 years ago

    Jeffrey’s novel A Matter of Honour is an incredible read that has made me a fan of the man’s work since. Adam and Romanov are both equally honorable men.

    The most stunning part of it all is the way one of the characters concealed a body, and the way that Romanov is changed after he met Robin while on the bus.

    It is just an exciting story that is tough to put down, you just keep on wanting to know what will happen next. Each chapter would end, and it’d make me think, just one more. This is a novel you are going to find spots in your day to read on it.

    Edgar A.
    Edgar A.
    2 years ago

    Jeffrey Archer is one of the best storytellers of the mystery and thriller genre.

    Kane and Able is an excellent example of his consummate skill. I first read the novel more than thirty years ago but I still remembered huge portions of it even as I was rereading it on my Kindle.

    Archer masterfully constructs his plots like an experienced architect planning a gravity defying skyscraper. Every basement, intersection, roofline and angle melds into perfect harmony. He carefully uses these to support his schemes and plots and his characters’ hopes and dreams.

    I had the opportunity to watch the mini series adaptation of the novel when it came out. Having such intimate knowledge of the novel, I feel I had an advantage over most people that had read Kane and Able casually.

    Rewatching the series on Amazon, I could not help offer a critique though I still felt that Sam Neil and Peter Strauss did a good job on the acting. It was well worth the watch even if the book will always be better.

    Andrew M.
    Andrew M.
    2 years ago

    Jeffrey Archer’s work of fiction leaves me yearning for more. In Clifton Chronicles, the plot and story line are profoundly engaging and keep the reader on edge.
    The characters and the emotions they conveyed throughout the series are likable.
    Jeffrey Archer clearly knows how to play with plot twists and cliffhangers as he’s canny with them.
    In Detective William Warwick, Archer writes about a man who climbs the ranks of the police service department.
    In the Nothing Ventured, we see how William’s father has always wanted his son to follow his steps career-wise.
    However, William on the other hand, has always wanted to be a detective since he was eight and chooses to chase his dream.
    Following William through his cases while he succeeds and other times fails was so fascinating.
    The Kane and Abel movie series was breathtaking, and I’m looking forward to watching more movies based on Archers books.

    Michael K.
    Michael K.
    2 years ago

    I read ‘Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less’ in the mid-2000s. It came out in 1976, yet the plot was just as engaging as any thriller written in the 2000s. Then I delved into Jeffrey Archer’s life and completely forgot about his novels.

    I encourage everyone to look into this man. I have never come across a more colorful author. I would pay good money to talk to Archer for an hour or two just to quiz him about his life.

    Someone should turn his life story into a movie. I am hoping to get back into his novels in a few weeks when my schedule opens up. I can’t help but wonder whether any of his books are autobiographical.

    Johnny Cee
    Johnny Cee
    6 months ago

    Archer has an amazing ability to pen a story. I intend to read everything he has written.

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