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Title:
The Sins of the Father
Series:
Clifton Chronicles #2
Written by:
Jeffrey Archer 
Read by:
Emilia FoxAlex Jennings 
Format:
Unabridged CD Audio Book 
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Duration:
10 hours 6 minutes 
Published:
February 28 2019 
Available Date:
February 28 2019 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9781529018707 
Genres:
Fiction; Family Sagas; Historical; Historical Fiction; Sagas 
Publisher:
Bolinda/Macmillan audio 
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The master storyteller continues the Clifton saga with this, the second volume.

New York, 1939. Tom Bradshaw is arrested for first degree murder. He stands accused of killing his brother. When Sefton Jelks, a top Manhattan lawyer, offers his services for nothing, penniless Tom has little choice but to accept his assurance of a lighter sentence. After Tom is tried, found guilty and sentenced, Jelks disappears, and the only way for him to prove his innocence would be to reveal his true identity – something that he has sworn never to do in order to protect the woman he loves. Meanwhile, the young woman in question travels to New York, leaving their son behind in England, having decided she'll do whatever it takes to find the man she was to marry – unwilling to believe that he died at sea. The only proof she has is a letter. A letter that has remained unopened on a mantelpiece in Bristol for over a year. Jeffrey Archer continues the saga of The Clifton Chronicles with this epic second novel in the series, The Sins of the Father. Family loyalties are stretched to their limits as secrets unravel, and the story moves from the backstreets of Bristol to the boardrooms of Manhattan.

'I guarantee that anyone who takes this book from the shelves will not be able to put it down.'
The Spectator

'Probably the greatest storyteller of our age.'
Mail on Sunday