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Jeffrey Archer

The Fourth Estate by Jeffrey Archer

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The world’s most powerful newspaper barons – which of them will triumph?

At first glance, Richard Armstrong and Keith Townsend seemed to have little in common. One was the son of an illiterate peasant, who emerged from the most backward corner of a Europe ravaged by a bitter war. The other was raised in a mansion on the far side of the world while the war was just another piece of news. One was a hustler, a thief, ready to change even his identity, if it would gain him a momentary advantage. The other was the scion of a well-known family, groomed for a public role, a rebel who didn’t care if anyone approved of what he got up to. One craved wealth, recognition, status. The other quickly discovered that real power comes from anonymity. But they did have one thing in common. Both of them were gamblers. Both were prepared to risk everything in their battle to control the biggest newspaper empire in the world.

From bestselling author Jeffrey Archer, The Fourth Estate is a tale of corruption, risk and two men who are willing to destroy each other to gain power.

18 reviews for The Fourth Estate by Jeffrey Archer

  1. Sumit Zamadar (Verified Purchase)

    As always a gripping read and fascinating insight into larger than life characters as this…. greed and ambitious men the line of whom we shall ever see again! Thanks again to Jeffrey archer for bringing them to life!

  2. Pinki Sinha (Verified Purchase)

    well this was my second fiction and was not diasapointed , adictive and nail biting story line .
    Thanks you jeffrey 🙂

  3. SAIRAM Anisetti (Verified Purchase)

    Its a gripping story about two Media barons and to what extent they can go to throw a fierce competition by clinching every deal that comes up on their way. There are few takeaways ( very good learning) from the book which are worthwhile. Give it a try. Not a must read though.

  4. Nataraj .s (Verified Purchase)

    Boring. Long time line. Puts you off in the middle.

  5. Alia Maheshwari (Verified Purchase)

    It becomes too boring, there is nothing in the book that made me glued to it.
    Was too lengthy. First of the Jeffrey Archer that I didn’t like.

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