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Coronet Books 1989 0773672230 / 9780773672239 Paperback Good 

Price: 350.00 JPY
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Gardners Books 2007 0330418831 / 9780330418836 Paperback Very Good 
A copy that has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged. Cat O'Nine Tales is the fifth collection of irresistible short stories from the master storyteller. Ingeniously plotted, with richly drawn characters and Jeffrey Archer's trademark of deliciously unexpected conclusions, some of these thirteen stories were inspired by the two years Jeffrey Archer spe nt in prison, including the story of a company chairman who tries to poison his wife while on a trip to St Petersburg-with unexpected consequences. Th e Red King is a tale about a con man who discovers that an English Lord req uires one more chess piece to complete a set that would be worth a fortune. In another tale of deception, The Commissioner, a Bombay con artist ends u p in the morgue, after he uses the police chief as bait in his latest scam. The Perfect Murder reveals how a convict manages to remove an old enemy wh ile he's locked up in jail, and then set up two prison officers as his alib i. In Charity Begins at Home, an accountant realizes he has achieved nothin g in his life, and sets out to make a fortune before he retires. And then there is Archer's favorite, In the Eye of the Beholder, where a handsome star athlete falls in love with a three-hundred-pound woman...who happens to be the ninth richest woman in Italy. Jeffrey Archer is the only author to have topped international bestseller lists with his fiction, non-fiction, and his short stories. Cat O'Nine Tales is Archer at his best: witty, sad, surprising, and unforgettable. 
Price: 500.00 JPY
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Grafton 2003 0002260646 / 9780002260640 Paperback Good 

Price: 500.00 JPY
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HarperCollins Canada / Mass 1969 0061093246 / 9780061093241 Paperback Very Good 
"Honor Among Thieves," the plotboiler by the British novelist Jeffrey Arche r is a marriage of convenience between the more absurd James Bond adventure s and the old "Mission: Impossible" television series; what suspense there is must be generated not by its cast but by an array of stunts, gadgets and chases. -- New York Times. 
Price: 300.00 JPY
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HarperTorch 1994 0061092045 / 9780061092046 Paperback Very Good 
Newly minted CIA and Mossad agents work to undo damage wrought by a Mafia/I raqi conspiracy in English author Archer's ( As the Crow Flies ; Kane and A bel ) witty, action-filled--if improbable--thriller. Some readers, we suppo se, might find quite plausible the idea that the mob has arranged for a rin ger to impersonate President Clinton during his first months in office. But here the actor who plays Clinton assumes the role only long enough to swip e the Declaration of Independence. The chase is on as mobsters spirit the m anuscript-turned-macguffin off to Iraq, where Saddam has plans to barbeque it for the Fourth of July, live on CNN. Meanwhile, Yale Law professor Scott Bradley goes undercover for the CIA, tracking lovely young Mossad operativ e Hannah Kopec, likewise on assignment in Paris. It's only a matter of time before the two agents are caught up in each other's arms and, of course, i n the race to recapture the Declaration. Beyond the thrills and surprises t hat Archer's masterful narrative provides, readers will remain aware of the extreme unlikelihood that a scam such as Saddam's could succeed, and that two such neophytes would be thrown in to stop it. 
Price: 250.00 JPY
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HarperCollins 1994 0006476066 / 9780006476061 Paperback Very Good 
The time is 1993. The place is Washington DC. Of the adversaries in the Gul f War, the sole survivor is Saddam Hussein. And Saddam is planning a reveng e so diabolical that the United States will be left with no choice but to r etaliate ...'A fast-moving intrigue ...This is the first novel I have read by Jeffrey Archer; it will not be the last' - "Mail on Sunday". 'Back in to p form ...Archer's imagination at its most sublime ...entertaining and pace y' - "Sunday Times". 'An extravagant romp - possibly his best' - "The Times " 
Price: 500.00 JPY
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HarperCollins 1999 0006496466 / 9780006496465 Paperback Very Good 
The sensational novel from 'the greatest storyteller of our age' (Mail on S unday). Connor Fitzgerald is the professional's professional. Holder of the Medal of Honor. Devoted family man. Servant of his country. The CIA's most deadly weapon. But for the past twenty-eight years, Fitzgerald has been le ading a double life. And only days from his retirement from the Agency, he comes across an enemy even he cannot handle. The enemy is his own boss, the Director of the CIA. And she has only one purpose: to destroy him. Meanwhi le, the United States is faced with an equally formidable foe: a new Russia n President, determined to force a military confrontation between the two s uperpowers. Ranging from the Oval Office in the White House to a Russian Ma fia boss's luxurious hideaway outside St Petersburg, The Eleventh Commandme nt sets new standards in contemporary thriller writing. Jeffrey Archer scoo ps his readers up in the first paragraph, and doesn't let them go until the last. The pace, the ingenuity, the twists, intertwined with a moving love story, show Britain's bestselling writer at the peak of his page-turning po wers. 
Price: 400.00 JPY
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