Book three of the Clifton Chronicles.
Back home from the States and the family saga continues.
In this book the first two are brought back into play with wrongdoings from the first generations being put to rights by the younger.
All well and good if they had been up front about their actions but then it wouldn't be Jeffrey Archer.
As usual a good storytelling read, not as much humour as the earlier ones, but still entertaining.
Take it on the train.
Publisher - MacMillan