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Daniel Silva has created such a compelling and intriguing espionage series that reminds me of the glorious Cold War writing of such well-drawn and exciting espionage authors as Clancy and Forsyth. Gabriel Allon is such a richly constructed and intense characters against the backdrop of global fallout of western powers meddling in the Middle East resulting in Jihadist terrorism taking root in Europe and bent on world destruction.

Daniel Silva's third novel in his Gabriel Allon series takes place mainly in Rome, where a new (fictional) Pope has .

Daniel Silva's third novel in his Gabriel Allon series takes place mainly in Rome, where a new (fictional) Pope has plans to reveal the complicity between the Catholic Church and the Nazis during WWII as regards the Final Solution. It is a gripping and well-written thriller. I am enjoying this series because it gives me insight into the Jewish point of view, at least as regards the Israeli secret service. In Munich a Jewish professor and scholar, Benjamin Stern, is murdered and the manuscript he is working on is stolen.

Q: One of the major New York dailies recently described you as someone who has graduated from being a writer of thrillers that sneak onto the bestseller lists for a week or two to a brand-name author-one of those people like Tom Clancy who can launch book after book onto the charts.

The Confessor is a 2003 spy fiction novel by Daniel Silva. It is the third book on the Gabriel Allon series. Gabriel Allon is tasked to investigate the murder of scholar Benjamin Stern in Munich.

Home Daniel Silva The Confessor. Gabriel lay on his bed with the window open, listening to the rain smacking against the paving stones in the street below while the conversation with Alessio Rossi played over and over in his head like a loop of audio tape

Home Daniel Silva The Confessor. Gabriel lay on his bed with the window open, listening to the rain smacking against the paving stones in the street below while the conversation with Alessio Rossi played over and over in his head like a loop of audio tape. Are you still at the Pensione Abruzzi? Yes.

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Praise for the Novels of Daniel Silva. a compelling piece of fiction, one that manages to be both superior entertainment and a hard look at serious issues. A shrewd, timely thriller that opens the heart of the Vatican. many scenes of thumping action, passionate words, hot pursuit, and cold revenge. It’s a different kind of thrill than you might expect from a commercial thriller, but it certainly leaves a tingle. keeps The Confessor’s pages turning.

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Gralsa
In this novel the brillant art restorer, Israeli Agent Gabriel Allon, fascinated by the beauty of the Bellini painting he is working on is abruptly needed to help solve the murder of a dear friend of his. Heartbreakingly at the story's beginning, he must go to Munich and try to analyze the terrible murder scene for messages left or clues leading to an answer. Beni Stern, fine academic that he is, has on his own taken on a secret assignment from someone of importance. There are no clues as to who may have been threatened enough to harm him. This begins the winding trail for Gabriel Allon in unraveling what happened to Beni and finding the dangerous perpetrator of the crime, bringing him to justice in the end.

The story weaves together the efforts of a modern Catholic Church to maintain meaning to it's members and the strange, traumatic and painful history of betrayal that it has had towards Jewish people - most horribly during the years of the holocaust death camps, forced marches and slave labor all over and surrounding Europe. The Pope's life is threatened and saved by the brillant Israeli team. This leads to a new era in relations between the Vatican and Israel, with the possibility that long lost documents in the Vatican archives will at last bring forward the truth about how Jewish people were treated by the church during WWII while Pius XII played politics on every side. The question of historians, were Jewish people helped and treated well enough by the Catholic Church could at last be discussed in full.
Rocky Basilisk
This book is another pillar in the architecture of the Gabriel Allon series....and I suggest for those of you who have not read this collection yet, please start at the beginning. All the books are stand-alone; however many characters appear in many of the books, so it makes the stories more clear. Daniel Silva has managed freshness and variety in all the series, making each an engrossing read. His research is deep and broad, just one more reason his books are so satisfying. Sometimes I decide I want to read all books an author has written, e.g. LeCarre, Larrson, Nesbo, McEwan, Preston & Child. I suppose this is the highest accolade a reader can give a writer. I am reading all Daniel Silva's books and I urge you to follow the same path in authors you love.
Ballardana
The Supreme Pontiff in this novel is Pope Paul VII and he’s relatively new to this position in the Catholic hierarchy. He has a plan to open the Vatican’s archives so that scholars can examine documents related to Pope Pius XII’s activities during WWII. There’s also a small group in the Vatican called Crux Vera (The True Cross) with ideas of their own and they don’t quite mesh with those of the pope.
Gabriel Allon, Israel’s super spy and sometime art restorer, gets involved when a good friend and scholar is assassinated, a man with a hazy and long ago connection to those same events associated with Pius XII.
The plot takes us hopscotching all over Europe to such cities as Vienna, Munich, London and Zurich. Author Daniel Silva weaves a complicated story with plenty of twists and surprises along the way. Allon even performs an ecumenical service for the pope to bring the Jewish and Catholic faiths closer together.
Phenade
Daniel Silva has created such a compelling and intriguing espionage series that reminds me of the glorious Cold War writing of such well-drawn and exciting espionage authors as Clancy and Forsyth. Gabriel Allon is such a richly constructed and intense characters against the backdrop of global fallout of western powers meddling in the Middle East resulting in Jihadist terrorism taking root in Europe and bent on world destruction. This series has such exquisitely drawn characters, complex plots, and action-packed settings. I feel I am traveling around the world with Allon. Even the author's note at the end of each book keeps me reading, Silva's research is astounding. I have bought every book in the series, in hardback here I can find them, as I plan to add to my collection. Very highly recommended.
Questanthr
Third book in the Gabriel Allon series, and they keep getting better. Though a work of fiction, still some great historical insights into the Holocaust, it's devastating effects not only then, but for many decades to come. Introduces the character of Chiara, who becomes key in later volumes. (I inadvertently read two of the later books before discovering how many there were, then went back to the beginning. They don't have to be read in order, but is more satisfying to do so). Rare for spy novels to have so much emotional depth, but Daniel Silva's do. Not light reading, but well worth the time. One star taken off for too much unnecessary language. Still a great book. Recommended.
Legend 33
Every Gabriel Allon book is just plain excellent - the writing, the plot, the pace, the action, the consequences, the characterizations - everything. I have gone back to the beginning and tho I read this one many years ago, I feel like I learned so much more this time. I have Italian blood, and Jewish, and am well aware of the politics of cover up all over the place. (It's going on now.) It's hard to remember time before 24/7 news coverage, spyware, drones etc. Thank God much of this could not happen in silence today...or could it?
AGAD
Enthralling throughout. This is perhaps the finest of the Silva novels I've read so far, and I am going right into another. Loved the richness of his vocabulary, the stylistic flourishes, the finely drawn characters, and the remarkable chase and action scenes. Suspenseful to the last page. Superbly crafted throughout. This is one fine writer on every level. --- His plots are complex and filled with marvelous surprises, and his style is always enjoyable in itself. I love being with his heroes. I love being in his world. I love the great international scope of his novels, and the strong moral overview at the core.
The Confessor (Gabriel Allon Novels) download epub
Author: Daniel Silva
ISBN: 0736692800
Category: Literature & Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Books on Tape (2003)