She was his best-kept secret In an isolated village in the mountains of Andalusia, a mysterious Frenchwoman begins work on a dangerous memoir. It is the story of a man she once loved in the Beirut of old, and a child taken from her in treasons name. The woman is the keeper of the Kremlins most closely guarded secret. Long ago, the KGB inserted a mole into the heart of the Westa mole who stands on the doorstep of ultimate power.Only one man can unravel the conspiracy: Gabriel Allon, the legendary art restorer and assassin who serves as the chief of Israels vaunted secret intelligence service. Gabriel has battled the dark forces of the new Russia before, at great personal cost. Now he and the Russians will engage in a final epic showdown, with the fate of the postwar global order hanging in the balance.Gabriel is lured into the hunt for the traitor after his most important asset inside Russian intelligence is brutally assassinated while trying to defect in Vienna. His quest for the truth...
|Title||:||The Other Woman|
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The Other Woman Reviews
I cried at the ending!
In the darkest hours of the night, another all-nighter—of the book kind. Just one more page...
Don’t be upset fans of Daniel Silva, but I was so emotionally invested in the ending that I cried! My life is far too busy right now to delve into a Gabriel Allon mystery, but, 24 hours later, I’m suitably blown away. Daniel Silva is the undisputed master of this genre.
After the slightly disappointing read that was House of Spies last year, I thought maybe Gabriel Allon's story is now saturated, but this book proves me wrong. The story here is much more personal but also with far reaching consequences affecting multiple intelligence agencies for a long time to come.
What starts as an easy job of securing a Russian defector in Vienna turns into an assassination on the streets and everyone is quick to point fingers at Gabriel. All the goodwill that he earned afte ...more
All done, until next year when we meet again, Gabriel, mazeltov.
I read Daniel Silva to get his 'take' on current international events and players. I know it's not gospel, but his POV truly informs the news.
Now he's turned his laser onto Russia and Putin...for several books we've had Gabriel battling Putin's SVR, his version of the KGB. As always, events in the novel directly mirror what we see developing in front of our faces...and it's chilling. It's easy to see the events in his book happening.
Gabriel can't leave the field, and he even brings Ari back, wh ...more
Another winner from Silva, although the last few chapters felt incredibly long and I could have done without all the traffic direction.
Spies, Traitors and Moles Well blended and Deftly Seasoned With a Dash of History
The Other Woman is Daniel Silva’s 2018 offering to his multitude of fans, and any lucky new readers who have started with the 18th book in the Gabriel Allon series. Some of us, myself included, were lucky enough to get a copy a few days in advance – the treat of all treats.
Compared to his last few books, The Other Woman is, in a way, a quieter book; there is less bling, fewer bombs, and if so inclined, one could act ...more
This is #18 in a series that is one of my go-to reads every year. Gabriel Allon, the MC, is a compelling character & the author always surrounds his tales of espionage with real life current & historical events & people.
In this outing, intelligence services in several countries become involved in the hunt for a Russian mole. There are connections to the Cambridge Five & its most infamous member Kim Philby.
Silva’s books are smart, fast paced & topical & this is no except ...more