Sons of Fortune by Jeffrey Archer PDF
By Jeffrey Archer
It's always spur-of-the-moment judgements, occasionally made via others, which could switch our entire lives.
Bestselling writer Jeffrey Archer returns with a robust story of twins separated by way of destiny and reunited by means of destiny.
In the overdue 1940's in Hartford, Connecticut a collection of twins is parted at start. Nat Cartwright is going domestic together with his mom and dad, a schoolteacher and an coverage salesman. yet his dual brother is to start his days as Fletcher Andrew Davenport, the single son of a mogul and his society spouse.
During the years that persist with, the 2 brothers develop up blind to every one other's life. Nat leaves university on the collage of Connecticut to serve in Vietnam. He returns a battle hero, finishes tuition and turns into a winning banker. Fletcher, in the meantime, has graduated from Yale collage and distinguishes himself as a felony security attorney earlier than he's elected to the Senate.
Even whilst Nat and Fletcher fall in love with an analogous woman they nonetheless don't meet. They proceed on their separate paths till one has to shield the opposite for a homicide he didn't dedicate. however the ultimate disagreement comes whilst Nat and Fletcher are chosen to face opposed to one another for governor of the state.
In the culture of Jeffrey Archer's most well-liked books, Sons of Fortune is as a lot a chronicle of a country in transition because it is the tale of 2 extraordinary males and the way, ultimately, they arrive to find the reality - and its awesome consequences...
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Sons of Fortune by Jeffrey Archer