To Cut A Long Story Short – Jeffery Archer: A Review


Title: To cut a long story short

Released: 2000

Type: 15 Short stories

  1. Death Speaks (from W. Somerset Maugham’s Sheppey)
  2. The Expert Witness
  3. The Endgame
  4. The Letter
  5. Crime Pays
  6. Chalk and Cheese
  7. A Change of Heart
  8. Too Many Coincidences
  9. Love At First Sight
  10. Both Sides Against The Middle
  11. A Weekend to Remember
  12. Something for Nothing
  13. Other Blighters’ Efforts
  14. The Reclining Woman
  15. The Grass is Always Greener

Reading in a moving vehicle strains and, in the long run, damages your eyes. But I just can’t resist reading a book wherever I am and whenever I am bored. So during my long travel from home to work (which takes about an hour and a half) I indulge in reading.

To cut a long story short is a mixture of different genres that keep you hooked. My 1 and 1/2  hour drive breezes by. And I cannot help but drown myself in its pages. 15 stories crisp and short. Some based on true incidents and some on the author’s imagination. Yet there is a remarkable relativity in many of them. Every story has a uniqueness to it and holds your attention. Buy it or rent it but be sure to read it.

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