Only Time Will Tell (The Clifton Chronicles) (The Clifton Chronicles, 1)

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Only Time Will Tell (The Clifton Chronicles) (The Clifton Chronicles, 1)

Only Time Will Tell (The Clifton Chronicles) (The Clifton Chronicles, 1)

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Only Time Will Tell follows Harry from the horrors of the Great War to the Second World War, when Harry must decide between a place at Oxford or joining the fight against Hitler.

From the docks of working-class England to the bustling streets of 1940 New York City, Only Time Will Tell takes readers on a journey through to future volumes, which will bring to life one hundred years of recent history to reveal a family story that neither the reader nor Harry Clifton himself could ever have imagined. I really enjoy family sagas and this was no exception with its well formed characters, a flowing and twisting tale and a little social history to keep the reader entertained. Lots of characters told porkies along the way and I was on my guard from early on that what they said could not be taken as gospel. And I personally feel sorry for all the side characters and I can't say more about them , they didn't had life except thinking about Harry Clifton . I always wanted to help my uncle Stan unload whatever ship had docked that morning, but he just laughed, saying, ‘All in good time, my lad.A moment later my father got up and left the room, without even saying goodbye to Giles and his guests. They have two sons, William and James, three grandsons and two granddaughters, and divide their time between homes in London, Cambridge and Mallorca.

Chief Superintendent William Warwick and his trusty comrade Inspector Ross Hogan, seasoned pros in guiding prized Crown Jewels through the labyrinth of London, face a conundrum. All in all, the beginning of this novel intrigued me, but having now finished it I don't think I'm going to continue reading this long family saga. However, it does have what almost every book of Archer seems to have nowadays: a business angle, a politics angle, and an artist angle.I’d never known my father to be so off-hand with anyone, and I couldn’t understand why he should behave in that way towards a complete stranger. Harry Clifton is wonderful, and is more or less the main character, but they were all fascinating, even Hugo Barrington, who may be one of the most horrible yet believable villains I've ever come across. And I get why that is because it is a pretty straight-forward, easily read story about several families, several destinies and several points of view that entwine. Jeffrey has served five years in the House of Commons as a Member of Parliament, and thirty years as a Member of the House of Lords. On ne peut que se précipiter pour lire la suite de ses ouvrages afin de savoir s’il existe une justice immanente.



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