Book Review Of The Day – Tell Tale

The Whaleoil Book Club is something that we are doing on a semi regular basis. It is a compilation of recommended books from readers which have been asked for in the comments section of the General Debate and Back Chat posts. This holiday season we are going to review one book per day so that it gives people a chance to do their own research on the books and authors by using the links provided and not miss out by being bombarded by a whole lot at once. You will be able to navigate to the previous reviews as we progress.

The purpose is to share with others sources of information and/or entertainment to aid with relaxing as people take some time off work.??

Each book is set out in its own paragraph in the format of Title, author and a commenters own blurb.

Todays book is brought to you from Carl.

Tell Tale

by Jeffrey Archer.

Carl said: “I’m a mad Archer fan and have read everything he has done. This is a combination of 14 short stories some inspired by real events. The beauty of this book is you can pick it up and read a story if you only have a spare 20 mins. As normal with Jeffrey he hooks you in and captures your mind from the start. A great book if you are short of time and can’t do a big novel.”

Amazon said: “Find out what happens to the hapless young detective from Naples who travels to an Italian hillside town to find out?Who Killed the Mayor??and the pretentious schoolboy in?A Road to Damascus, whose discovery of the origins of his father?s wealth changes his life in the most profound way.Revel in the stories of the 1930?s woman who dares to challenge the men at her Ivy League University in?A Gentleman and A Scholar?while another young woman who thumbs a lift gets more than she bargained for in?A Wasted Hour.

These wonderfully engaging and always refreshingly original tales prove not only why Archer has been compared by the critics to Dahl and Maugham, but why he was described by?The Times?as probably the greatest storyteller of our age.”