Jeffrey Archer was a writer. He wrote the books Shall We Tell the President? and Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less. (PROSE: The Blood Cell)

In 1987, a Virgoan probe noted, with some disapproval, that Jeffrey Archer was in Joe Dakin's bookcase. (PROSE: Stop the Pigeon)

In the 51st century, the Tenth Doctor cited Archer as one of the authors whose books were preserved in the Library. (TV: Silence in the Library) Archer was, according to the Doctor, the greatest liar in the universe, above the Decevions of the planet Fibb, the Sisters of Falsehood and Species 29. (PROSE: Cats and Dogs)

When the Sixth Doctor found Peri Brown reading Archer in her room, he spat. (PROSE: Telling Tales)

The Twelfth Doctor intended to read books from the Prison's library but when he found a Jeffrey Archer book he decided not to read it. Lafcardio later said that no matter what colony one was from on HomeWorld, everyone could agree that Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less was Jeffrey Archer's best work. (PROSE: The Blood Cell)