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50 Book Pledge Featured Read: The Black Widow

The Black Widow by Daniel Silva is the 16th novel in Daniel Silva’s Gabriel Allon series  – and yet, it’s been hailed his most timely and most powerful novel yet. 400 more words

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Review: The Black Widow by Daniel Silva

In his foreword, Daniel Silva notes that he began writing The Black Widow before the Paris attacks of 2015. That his latest thriller is published so soon after the devastating terrorist attack in Nice — a cruel coincidence — demonstrates just how prophetic these geopolitical thrillers can be. 419 more words

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Silva is a stud

Daniel Silva is one of my favorite fiction writers and that is saying something.

His new book Black Widow actually starts of as an almost by the numbers story using his familiar themes and settings. 25 more words

Getting Lost

I have always loved to read. Some of my earliest memories involve books. My mother and older sisters frequently read to me when I was a toddler. 1,044 more words


Book Review: The Black Widow

If there was any doubt as to whether or not Daniel Silva is the best contemporary writer of literary thrillers, then The Black Widow should resolve the debate. 284 more words

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The Rembrandt Affair

by Daniel Silva

My book selections are starting to feel like gold found at the end of a treasure hunt. The last few I have read were sent to me from authors or bloggers found on Twitter, and I have been very happy to discover new (to me) authors in genres I never otherwise would have chosen for myself.  509 more words

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Featured Review: 'The Black Widow' By Daniel Silva

Gabriel Allon, the wayward son of Israeli intelligence, returns to star in his sixteenth novel authored by Daniel Silva. Set shortly after the events of last year’s  1,051 more words