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Publisher Description

All-new format of Silva's latest thriller. Europe is exploding and one man must find out why ... 'Allon is the 21st century Bond ... if you haven't read Silva before, try portrait of a spy - and then go back and read the series' DAILY MAILEurope is exploding and one man must find out whyFor Gabriel Allon and his wife, Chiara, it was supposed to be the start of a romantic weekend in London. But nothing is ever that simple when you're an off-duty spy and assassin. And when he fails to prevent a suicide bombing attack on Covent Garden, Gabriel is drawn once again into the world of international espionage and intrigue.From the streets of New York and London, to the unforgiving landscape of the Saudi desert, Gabriel Allon is in a race to the death against a calculating mass-murderer that he dare not lose ...Praise for Daniel Silva:'A world-class practitioner of spy fiction' WASHINGtON POSt'Gabriel Allon is the killer you'd want on your side' AUStRALIAN WOMEN'S WEEKLY

Crime & Thrillers
8 August
HarperCollins Australia Pty Limited

Customer Reviews

honkitonksy ,

Alarmingly Good, Alarmingly Real!

It captivates you from the start, it's so close to reflecting whats actually happening in our world right now you start to believe you're privy to deep inside information.
Very well written, super story, great character portrayal, excellent delivery, can't put it down.

Leggy from Down Under ,


This is the second novel I have read in the series of Gabriel Anon's escapades in deceit and deception and I was enthralled from the beinning and unstoppable to the end. The authors research is brilliant and believable through interwoven characters and events that occurred through history. Definitely a great read and more on my agenda of this excellent novelist.

Lanny Ch'ng ,

Portrait of a spy

Have read most of Daniel Silva Gabriel Allon's series. Impressed with the first few, I think I am over it now. The great Gabriel Allon could not even defend himself, can he actually shoot his Baretta? I must have missed it in this series. Not convincing. Too many pages on paintings and not enough on the actual spy work. Daniel Silva needs a fresh breath of inspiration.

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