Sons of Fortune Author:Jeffrey Archer #1 New York Times bestselling author Jeffrey Archer has mesmerized thousands of readers over the years with his riveting novels and unforgettable characters. Now he returns with another remarkable novel that proves he is still one of the most gifted writers of all time... — In hushed maternity ward, an infant dies, while twin brothers thrive. By ... more »morning, one mother is told that her only child is doing fine. Another is told that she has tragically lost one of her sons...
Twins seperated at birth, Nathaniel Cartwright and Fletcher Davenport have been raised in different worlds, and have both thrived among the best and brightest of their generation. In an era of violent change, freee love, and blind ambition, Nat goes off to war, while Fletcher enters political combat. With each choice they make--in love and career, through tragedy and triumph--their lives mirror one another...until a high-profile murder case brings them together. Until a high-stakes political battle turns them into rivals. Until a decades-old secret is exposed...and two powerful men must confront their bonds of fate and fortune.« less
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This book was pretty good, the first I have read by this author. It is the story of twins, separated by birth by a Nanny who will do anything to please the couple she works for. The twins go on to lead very parallel lives, a bit unbelieveable at times how alike they are.
Archer provides a fine read with a keen sense of the goog and bad in people and the importance of kinship...[He]masterfully creates a great villain in Elliot, who jumps off the pages in all of his vengeful and shady glamour."
Jeffrey Archer is quickly becoming my new favorite author. I loved this book, I hated to see it end, I had made friends throughout those 500+ pages. A masterful storyteller who can make the most mundane suspenseful.