interviewCheck out Jeffrey’s video clips page for interview videos.

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The second volume of The Clifton Chronicles – The Sins of the Father was published in the UK on March 15th, and here are some links to recent interviews about the book.

Euroweekly News

And two new reviews, in The Scotsman and in The Spectator

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You might also like to read Jeffrey’s top ten writing tips that appeared in the Huffington Post –

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‘Judas has always intrigued me’
In this article in The Telegraph from 20 March 2007, Peter Stanford interviews Jeffrey about The Gospel According to Judas.

Archer writes Gospel of Judas
Jeffrey has collaborated with eminent Australian biblical scholar, Professor Francis J Moloney, to offer a new interpretation of Christ’s betrayer. To find out more about this fascinating project, click the image to see a PDF version of Richard Brooks’ article that ran in The Sunday Times on 7 January 2007. You can also read the text of the article on The Times’ website.

Life after prison
On Sunday 26 February 2006, Andrew Marr interviewed Jeffrey on BBC Sunday AM. Follow the link above to read a complete transcript of Jeffrey’s first TV interview since his release from prison in 2003.

Archer back with Van Gogh novel
In this article from 16 October 2005, Richard Brooks from the Sunday Timesinterviewed Jeffrey about False Impression.

The greatest Tory ever sold
Jeffrey talks about the epic tales that make up his books – and his life – in a fascinating article from the Sydney Morning Herald.

Interview on RebeccasReads.com
Jeffrey discussed False Impression with Narayan Radhakrishnan in a recent interview for the website ‘Rebecca’s Reads’. In it, he disclosed the name of his next novel and some fascinating insights into his life.

BBC Radio 4: Front Row
In an interview recorded for BBC Radio 4’s Front Row in 1998, Jeffrey discussed his art collection – and the sale of all those Warhols.

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