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The Spy Who Loved Me is Keepin' All My Secrets Safe Tonight*

The spy thriller doesn’t really fit neatly into the crime fiction genre. Certainly there are crimes committed in spy stories; but those novels generally aren’t ‘whodunits,’ or even ‘why/howdunits.’ Their suspense comes from the ‘cat-and-mouse’ plot, or sometimes from the question of which characters can be trusted and which can’t. 742 more words

Agatha Christie

MGM TV Nabs Rights to Daniel Silva’s Bestselling Series of Spy Novels

MGM Television has landed the rights to Daniel Silva’s New York Times bestselling spy novels about Gabriel Allon, equal parts art restorer, spy and assassin. 226 more words

Breaking News

MGM TV Acquires Rights to Daniel Silva's Gabriel Allon Spy Novels

MGM Television lands the adaptation rights to author Daniel Silva’s collection of spy novels based around secret agent Gabriel Allon, Variety has learned

All of Silva’s novels have been New York Times Bestsellers, with eight of them debuting at number one. 210 more words

News

Update - Things You Might Like To Read III

Just a quick update, because time is a bit squeezed at present and I’ve got important things (like, well, marking) to do. A couple of novels and a curiously moving issue of  705 more words

Comics

Portrait of a Spy

Portrait of a Spy By Daniel Silva

Post by Sandra

This wonderful tale by the famed author of spy fiction weaves

magic and reality together.  I enjoyed reading this story of the Israeli… 232 more words

Book Reviews

The Intelligence Operative's Children

I am very fond of Daniel Silva’s thrillers, about his Hero, Israeli Intelligence Operative (and now head honcho), Gabriel Allon.  Gabriel has worked tirelessly for his country, eliminating terrorists of every stripe, all over the world.   530 more words

Culture

Anyone like Daniel Silva?

Abandoned Child by Kitty Neale; The Mark of the Assassin by Daniel Silva

The English Assassin, The English Spy, Prince of Fire

Our Kind of Traitor by John Le Carre, The Kill Artist by Daniel Silva

Fiction