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BookThe Other Woman
AuthorDaniel Silva
LanguageEnglish
Size5 MB
Pages531
CategoryNovel

The Other Woman Book PDF download for free

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In a remote mountain town in Andalusia, a mysterious French woman begins work on a dangerous memoir. It is the story of a man she once loved in old Beirut and a child taken from him in the name of treason. The woman is the keeper of the Kremlin’s best kept secret. A long time ago, the KGB dropped a mole into the heart of the West: a mole standing at the gate of supreme power.

Only one man can uncover the conspiracy: Gabriel Allon, the legendary art restorer and assassin who serves as head of Israel’s acclaimed intelligence service. Gabriel has fought the dark forces of the new Russia before, at great personal cost. Now he and the Russians will face off in one last epic showdown, with the fate of the postwar world order hanging in the balance.

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Gabriel is drawn into the hunt for the traitor after his key asset in Russian intelligence was brutally murdered while trying to defect in Vienna. His search for the truth will take him back in time, to the greatest act of treason of the 20th century, and finally to a riveting climax on the banks of the Potomac River outside the Washington that will really leave readers breathless.

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Fast as a bullet, hauntingly beautiful, and packed with stunning double-crosses and plot twists, The Other Woman is a feat that proves once again that “of all the spy writers today, Daniel Silva is simply the best.” (Kansas City Star).

Is there anything better than a captivating and beautifully written spy story? With THE OTHER WOMAN, Daniel Silva reaffirms his supremacy as the current master of the spy thriller. However, if you’re looking for explosions, crazy runs, wild chases, and endless gunfights, this isn’t the book for you. It’s real spy material, surveillance, mind work; it’s terrific and pretty slow too. But the rewards far outweigh the patience required to complete it.

As always with Gabriel Allon’s books, there are multiple players, extremely complex characters, a sometimes confusing and very convoluted plot, all expertly executed. Russian defector Heathcliff, double agent Konstantin Kirov, is assassinated in Vienna. Who wanted him dead and why. The world sees Gabriel Allon, the Israeli master spy, as the most likely candidate for Heathcliff’s downfall. There must be another double agent, but who?

THE OTHER WOMAN is so incredibly detailed and realistic that it’s hard to believe it’s fiction. And Mr. Silva’s writing has never been better: “A haze of smoke from his bonfire of lies hung reproachfully in the air.” How awesome is this prose for a thriller? Gabriel is described as middle-aged and in this book that’s not a problem. On the contrary, his experience and long-term contacts help him. This book is also quite the history lesson in espionage, and real historical figures are inserted into the narrative, adding to the sense of authenticity.

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THE OTHER WOMAN is captivating, thought-provoking, amazingly insightful, meticulously researched, highly witty. It’s slow, but the story couldn’t have been successfully told any other way. And how extraordinarily careful Mr. Silva writes certain characters at different times and leaves you guessing. And speculate! Could it be true Could it happen? Two little things I’d like to mention: there is exactly one “Fräulein” typo (it should be Fräulein), and there are no “regular Canadian license plates”; They are issued in the province of origin. Other than that, THE OTHER WOMAN book is very fantastic and a classic spy thriller! And be sure to read the author’s note.

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