Art restorer and sometime spy Gabriel Allon is sent to Vienna to investigate a bombing and uncovers a portrait of evil stretching across sixty years and thousands of lives-and into his own personal nightmares.
About the Author
Daniel Silva is also the author of the bestselling novels The Unlikely Spy, The Mark of the Assassin, The Marching Season, The Kill Artist, The English Assassin and The Confessor.
"Not one for cookie-cutter cheap thrills, Silva's mastered the art of weaving provocative narrative, espionage and foreign intrigue."--Chicago Sun-Times
"A masterful and compelling tale of evil, treachery and revenge...goes to the top of the list of this year's best."--Rocky Mountain News
"A masterfully constructed tale of memory and revenge. It demonstrates that thrillers can be more than entertainment."--The Miami Herald
"[A] superbly crafted narrative of espionage and foreign intrigue."--Publishers Weekly
"A thriller that's not content to be just a thriller, as it delves into issues involving the Holocaust and its perpetrators and survivors."--The Kansas City Star
"[A] world-class practitioner of spy fiction... Silva writes with style, economy and a sure command of the historical record...a skillful novelist who does justice to the often heartbreaking material without exploiting it."--The Washington Post Book World
"Reads like an exquisitely suspenseful chess game."--Booklist