“Outrageous and top-notch terror.” ―Vogue on SHALL WE TELL THE PRESIDENT?
“The only difference between this book and The Day of the Jackal is that Archer is a better writer.” ―Chicago Tribune on SHALL WE TELL THE PRESIDENT?
“Authentic, literate, and scary.” ―Cosmopolitan on SHALL WE TELL THE PRESIDENT?
“The countdown is the thing; the pace, the pursuit, the what-next, the how-is-it-going-to-come-out…” ―Boston Globe on SHALL WE TELL THE PRESIDENT?
“Holds the reader in a vicelike grip.” ―Penthouse on SHALL WE TELL THE PRESIDENT?
“A compelling read.” ―Newsday on A PRISONER OF BIRTH
“Dynamite…plot twists and a slam-bang finale.” ―The Washington Post on A PRISONER OF BIRTH
“Archer plots with skill, and keeps you turning the pages.” ―The Boston Globe on A PRISONER OF BIRTH
“Thoroughly enjoyable.” ―Publishers Weekly on A PRISONER OF BIRTH
“Compulsively readable.” ―Library Journal on A PRISONER OF BIRTH
“Gripping.” ―The Vancouver Sun on A PRISONER OF BIRTH
“An exercise in wish fulfillment. The good may suffer, but the bad will get theirs in the end. The fun is watching it unfold.” ―St. Petersburg Times (Florida) on A PRISONER OF BIRTH
“Archer plots with skill, and keeps you turning the pages.” ―The Boston Globe on CAT O'NINE TALES
“The economy and precision of Archer's prose never fails to delight. The criminal doesn't always get away with his crime and justice doesn't always prevail, but the reader wins with each and every story.” ―Publishers Weekly (starred review) on CAT O'NINE TALES
“A worthy successor to The Da Vinci Code.” ―Liz Smith on FALSE IMPRESSION, New York Post
“Archer is back in top form with [this] latest thriller.” ―Library Journal (starred review) on FALSE IMPRESSION
“Thoroughly imagined...entertaining...thrilling.” ―Denver Post on FALSE IMPRESSION
“Murder and a high-stakes art-world theft are cleverly blended [in this] exciting...global thrill-ride.” ―Vancouver Sun on FALSE IMPRESSION
“Sail along from one high crime to the next....Archer is a great plotter....[and] in the middle of the action, [he] drops research gems.” ―Liz Smith on FALSE IMPRESSION, New York Post
I enjoyed the book and marvelled at both its pace and the imaginative cliffhanger ending, whetting our appetite for volume two (Sunday Express)
This is a cracker of a read. And quite 'unputdownable'. The whole thing about Jeffrey is that he has always had the knack of producing page-turners (Jerry Hayes Spectator)
The ability to tell a story is a great – and unusual – gift . . . [it] is not something that can be taught or acquired. You have it or you don’t . . . Jeffrey Archer is, first and foremost, a storyteller . . . You don’t sell 250 million copies of your books (250 million!) if you can’t keep an audience hooked – and that’s what Archer does, book after book. Archer’s audience will stick with him to the last. They want to know what happens next (Erica Wagner, Literary Editor The Times)