A Quiver Full of Arrows

A Quiver Full of Arrows (ISBN 0-340-25752-0) is a 1980 collection of short stories by British writer and politician Jeffrey Archer. There are 12 stories, which are listed below.

*The Chinese Statue
*The Luncheon
*The Coup
*The First Miracle
*The Perfect Gentleman
*One Night Stand
*The Century
*Broken Routine
*Henry's Hiccup
*A Matter of Principle
*The Hungarian Professor
*Old Love

"The Luncheon" was later made into an episode of the TV series "Tales of the Unexpected."

External links

* [http://www.jeffreyarcher.co.uk Jeffrey Archer's official website]
* [http://www.amazon.com/Quiver-Full-Arrows-Jeffrey-Archer/dp/0061007153 Buy A Quiver Full of Arrows by Jeffrey Archer's]

References

*Archer, Jeffrey: A Quiver Full of Arrows ISBN 0-340-25752-0


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