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As the Crow Flies

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As The Crow Flies revolves around Charlie Trumper, from the time he was a young lad in the early part of the 1900s. His grandfather taught him a great deal about the costermonger trade, and he was regarded the finest trader from the East End of London. The time comes when Charlie’s grandfather passes away, and leaves the entire business in the hands of his grandson. This novel covers his life through the course of seven decades, including the first and second world wars. After his grandfather’s death, Charlie desires to land it big, and to carry on the business of his grandfather to the point that he’d become a department store magnate. After Charlie gets married, he begins to take his goal more seriously, and starts studying for his degree without his wife’s knowledge. As time passes by, Charlie and his wife have kids, and begin to buy shops with the intent of creating the world’s largest barrow. However, they have a few enemies who are set to foil their plans, and they include Guy Trentham and his mother. Trentham was Rebecca’s partner, with whom she had a son. The Trumper family taste success in the first few years of their business. However, things take a turn when legal issues about the property’s ownership begin to crop up, which places their business in jeopardy. Archer’s writing style is crisp, and keeps the readers glued to the very end, as he brings unprecedented twists in the plot.

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As The Crow Flies revolves around Charlie Trumper, from the time he was a young lad in the early part of the 1900s. His grandfather taught him a great deal about the costermonger trade, and he was regarded the finest trader from the East End of London. The time comes when Charlie’s grandfather passes away, and leaves the entire business in the hands of his grandson. This novel covers his life through the course of seven decades, including the first and second world wars. After his grandfather’s death, Charlie desires to land it big, and to carry on the business of his grandfather to the point that he’d become a department store magnate. After Charlie gets married, he begins to take his goal more seriously, and starts studying for his degree without his wife’s knowledge. As time passes by, Charlie and his wife have kids, and begin to buy shops with the intent of creating the world’s largest barrow. However, they have a few enemies who are set to foil their plans, and they include Guy Trentham and his mother. Trentham was Rebecca’s partner, with whom she had a son. The Trumper family taste success in the first few years of their business. However, things take a turn when legal issues about the property’s ownership begin to crop up, which places their business in jeopardy. Archer’s writing style is crisp, and keeps the readers glued to the very end, as he brings unprecedented twists in the plot.
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Title As the Crow Flies Height
Jeffrey Archer Width
ISBN-13 9780330518697 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 0330518690 Spine Width
Publisher Pan Books Pages 696
Edition 2010 Availability Out Of Stock

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