The first four Gabriel Allon novels from #1 New York Times bestselling author Daniel Silva.
The Kill Artist
Former Israeli intelligence operative Gabriel Allon is called back into action and teamed with an agent as beautiful as she is deadly. Their target: a cunning Palestinian terrorist who played a dark part in Gabriel’s past…
The English Assassin
Gabriel Allon arrives in Zurich to restore the work of an Old Master for a millionaire banker—and finds himself standing in blood and framed for the man’s murder. While trying to clear his name, Allon is swept into a spiraling chain of events involving Nazi art theft, a decades-old suicide, and a dark and bloody trail of killings—some of them his own…
In Munich, a Jewish scholar is assassinated—and Gabriel Allon must get to the bottom of a plot that reveals the truth about the Catholic church’s response to the Holocaust. Now, as Allon follows a trail of secrets and unthinkable deeds, the lives of millions will be changed forever—and one man will become expendable…
A Death in Vienna
Gabriel Allon is sent to Vienna to discover the truth behind a bombing that killed an old friend, but while there he encounters something that turns his world upside down. It is a face—a face that feels hauntingly familiar, a face that chills him to the bone.
Praise for the #1 New York Times bestselling author Daniel Silva and the Gabriel Allon series
“Those in the know are calling him the new John Le Carré. Those who are reading him can't put him down."—Chicago Sun-Times
"The enigmatic Gabriel Allon remains one of the most intriguing heroes of any thriller series."—The Philadelphia Inquirer
"A writer who brings new life to the international thriller."—Newsday
"Allon is Israel’s Jack Bauer…Thrill factor:*****."—USA Today
"Nobody handles this kind of intrigue as well Silva. He gives Gabriel and the rest of his team the kind of depth seen only in spy novels by Robert Ludlum and Tom Clancy."—Richmond Times Dispatch
"A terrific thriller…one of the best-drawn fictional assassins since The Day of the Jackal."—The San Francisco Examiner
“Silva builds tension with breathtaking double and triple turns of plot.”—People