3 edition of Cometh The Hour found in the catalog.
Source title: Cometh The Hour (The Clifton Chronicles)
|LC Classifications||Aug 09, 2016|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 118 p. :|
|Number of Pages||54|
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When a group works behind the scenes to cripple Sebastian's efforts, he is left to scramble, while one of the key players faces legal proceedings that could end his career and freedom.
The guests fell silent as Victor Kaufman stood up once again. Mr Archer possibly never realises this: a scene is created towards the end for a great oratory blast from one of the key characters. It is an excellent series and no less than I have come to expect from this author.
Sebastian leapt to his feet and was about to cheer when he noticed that both his mother and the judge were scowling at him. The company's shares had already fallen by a shilling, as many of its shareholders had clearly decided that Lady Virginia was going to be the victor.
This is the story of Penda of Mercia and the growth in dominance of Mercia over its warring neighbours, Northumbria, the West Saxons and the Welsh. Cometh The Hour ever-growing collection of others appears at: Series: Clifton Chronicles 6 Genre: Historical fiction, Mystery, Drama Publication Date: February 2016 The story as well as the Cometh The Hour are a lot mature now except lady Virgina Fenwick :P.
I loved the central characters, Penda and his wife Derwena. My only complaint is I'll find it difficult to wait for the next book. Oh, and once again, what an ending! All this and more await readers who wish to soak up Archer's powerful novel that lays the groundwork for an exceptional end to it all. The Labour Party is in your blood. Trelford would have pressed his client to allow him to enter it in evidence.
There are few authors better than Jeffrey Archer at plotting.
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