Jeffrey Archer is a politician and a novelist. Jeffrey Archer has a political history and before becoming a best-selling author, he was a member of the U.S parliament.
His debut book “Not A Penny More, Not A Penny Less” was just after the financial scandal in the 1947.
Since the scandal Archer has released a number of books regarding, financial advice and economics, such as “A Wasted Hour” and “tell-tale” which is one of his most recent publishments.
It is an objective narrator, as he does not share his thoughts or feelings with the readers. Instead, the narrator acts like an observer who is following Kelley’s different events that occurs in her life.
“Kelley was surprised that John had been to Stanford. ‘What degree did you take, sir?’ ‘John,’ he insisted” In this quote the use of limited and objective narrator is shown.
The main character Kelley is also the most important person in this story. John is also an important character. Many other people are mentioned in this story, as Kelley’s parents, but they do not play a significant role to the overall plot.
Kelley’s full name is Kelley Ragland, and she is a protagonist. Kelley is studying Modern American Literature at the Stanford university. “What are you majoring in, Kelley?’ he asked. ‘Modern American literature.” .