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The Sins of the Father by Jeffrey Archer
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Mar 21, 12

bookshelves: thriller
Read from March 19 to 21, 2012

There is no doubt that Jeffrey Archer is a master story teller and he has proved it once again. The book though starts slowly and unlike the tempo at which the first part 'Only Time Will Tell' ends, it is more of shock.

Harry is caught in a murder case as he took on the name of Tom Bradshaw. Unlike him, he is easily fooled by the lawyer jelks and ends up in jail. From there the book picks up and keeps the pace.

In the meanwhile back in England, everyone except Emma think that he is dead. And everyone except Hugo mourns. The book is on the same pattern as the first one and after a few pages picks up well and except for some parts, looks very interesting. The part where Harry fools the entire german regiment, seems far-fetched and unnecessary for the plot.

The book ends on a high and leaves you wanting to know what happened next for which we will need to wait for some months :)

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