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"Archer is one of the most captivating storytellers writing today. His novels are dramatic, fast moving, totally entertaining--and almost impossible to put down." --"Pittsburgh Press" --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.
Jeffrey Archers mastery of characterization and white-knuckle suspense, combined with a gift for the ingenious plot twist, demonstrate why he is one of Britains best-selling authors. In this collection of audiobooks, a fine cast offers readings of some of the master storytellers most spellbinding work. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Product Description
Amazingly realistic, full of rebounds and, like the first book , superbly written. One of the best I have read over the past few years.Published 4 months ago by Bankerbiker
After the strong start with Kane and Abel this book bogs down the story. The opening overlap is far too extensive and the story line moves slowly toward the contrived ending. Read morePublished 5 months ago by aquinas
After the excellent intrigue of Kane and Abel, The Prodigal Daughter is a sad follow up. A far fetched attempt at portraying a woman's aspirations.Published 7 months ago by schnitz
I thought that this was a very good women's book as it showed what a brave and courageous woman can do if she has the drive.
This was a very good human interest story as well. Read more
I enjoyed this book. It was typical of Archer as he always writes a good tale. It also let you know a little more about American politisPublished 14 months ago by Mary Villanyi
I hate when authors use a very successful, previously published book, to repeat the same story under a new title. Read morePublished 19 months ago by jroucka
this is a great story and certainly able to stand on its own but is made even more interesting if you read "Cane and Able" before hand.Published on July 29 2012 by Colin
I first read "Kane & Abel" also by J. Archer, this one book was so good that even though I know that second parts are not as good as first parts I wanted to read... Read morePublished on Dec 15 2003