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Mobi ↠ Nothing Ventured ✓ William Warwick Novels Book 1 Ò Join or create book clubs Ò ❰Epub❯ ➟ Nothing Ventured (William Warwick Novels Book 1) Author Join or create book clubs – Eyltransferservices.co.uk The Sunday Times No1 Bestseller NothingThe Sunday Times No1 Bestseller Nothing Ventured is the incredible and thrilling novel by the master storyteller and bestselling author of the Clifton Chronicles and Kane and Abel Jeffrey Archer This is not a detective story this is a story about a detectiveWilliam Warwick is eight when he decides he wants to join the police force Resolute in the face of his prominent C fathers objections William graduates in Art History from university and immediately enrols as a constable in the Metropolitan PoliceGaining insight from his first mentor an experienced world weary constable his keen mind uickly takes him into a role in Scotland Yards Art and Antiues unit and his first case the recovery of a Rembrandt stolen from the Fitzmolean MuseumIt will take skill and tenacity for William to solve the crime and along the way he will encounter many who will change his life from Miles Faulkner a crooked art collector and his influential lawyer who bends the law to the point of breaking to research assistant Beth Rainsford a woman with secrets who he falls hopelessly in love with William Warwicks destiny is set the only uestion is how far will his ambition take him? Thrilling absorbing and entertaining Nothing Ventured heralds the start of an exciting series from master storyteller Jeffrey Archer and introduces a character destined to become one of his most enduring legacies This is another Jeffrey Archer feel good novels which goes down as smooth as a glass of good wine The characters are well developed necessary if this is going to be a series and there is enough of the Jeffrey Archer twists to make the novel difficult to put down I am looking forward to see how he further develops the lead character including giving him a couple character flaws just to make things interesting

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The Sunday Times No1 Bestseller Nothing Ventured is the incredible and thrilling novel by the master storyteller and bestselling author of the Clifton Chronicles and Kane and Abel Jeffrey Archer This is not a detective story this is a story about a detectiveWilliam Warwick is eight when he decides he wants to join the police force Resolute in the face of his prominent C fathers objections William graduates in Art History from university and immediately enrols as a constable in the Metropolitan PoliceGaining insight from his first mentor an experienced world weary constable his keen mind uickly takes him into a role in Scotland Yards Art and Antiues unit and his first case the recovery of a Rembrandt stolen from the Fitzmolean MuseumIt will take skill and tenacity for William to solve the crime and along the way he will encounter many who will change his life from Miles Faulkner a crooked art collector and his influential lawyer who bends the law to the point of breaking to research assistant Beth Rainsford a woman with secrets who he falls hopelessly in love with William Warwicks destiny is set the only uestion is how far will his ambition take him? Thrilling absorbing and entertaining Nothing Ventured heralds the start of an exciting series from master storyteller Jeffrey Archer and introduces a character destined to become one of his most enduring legacies Those of you who have read all seven volumes of The Clifton Chronicles will remember that Harry Clifton spends much of his free time writing William Warwick novels Nothing Ventured takes William Warwick from boyhood through college and the police academy to his first two years as a constable on the beat After passing an exam he is assigned to Scotland Yard While walking down a hall he glances in an open door and sees painting by Rembrandt He is invited in and immediately tells the people in that office that they have an excellent forgery The rest of the book deals with the attempt to locate the original painting which had been stolen some seven years earlier In typical Archer fashion this book ends with a twist

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Nothing Ventured William Warwick Novels Book 1The Sunday Times No1 Bestseller Nothing Ventured is the incredible and thrilling novel by the master storyteller and bestselling author of the Clifton Chronicles and Kane and Abel Jeffrey Archer This is not a detective story this is a story about a detectiveWilliam Warwick is eight when he decides he wants to join the police force Resolute in the face of his prominent C fathers objections William graduates in Art History from university and immediately enrols as a constable in the Metropolitan PoliceGaining insight from his first mentor an experienced world weary constable his keen mind uickly takes him into a role in Scotland Yards Art and Antiues unit and his first case the recovery of a Rembrandt stolen from the Fitzmolean MuseumIt will take skill and tenacity for William to solve the crime and along the way he will encounter many who will change his life from Miles Faulkner a crooked art collector and his influential lawyer who bends the law to the point of breaking to research assistant Beth Rainsford a woman with secrets who he falls hopelessly in love with William Warwicks destiny is set the only uestion is how far will his ambition take him? Thrilling absorbing and entertaining Nothing Ventured heralds the start of an exciting series from master storyteller Jeffrey Archer and introduces a character destined to become one of his most enduring legacies First of all I've liked every book by Jeffrey Archer that I've read This one was different in the sense that it dealt with how a young man started his career as an investigator and how well he did with his first case In answer to your second and strange uestion what did I use this book for? well I read for the pleasure of it and I don't use books for anything but entertainment I also learn a lot from most of the books I read