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Saturday, February 28, 2009

The Mark of the Assassin by Daniel Silva




An opinionated but lovable 3 star Air Force General acquaintance recommended Daniel Silva and suggested that his work often accurately portrays some confidential events in a fictional manner. I decided to start with his very first successful novel and found it very interesting. It takes place about 10 years ago and depicts event that are now historic. The existence of an international economic cabal orchestrating world wide catastrophic events is frighteningly plausible, particularly with the amoral greed recently uncovered in the American banking industry. Regardless of the reality or lack there of in the prose, the story is compelling and captivating. A good but unsettling book, I recommend it.

Body of work of Daniel Silva

Review: http://aceandhoserblook.blogspot.com/2007/06/mark-of-assassin-by-daniel-silva.html

Web Site: http://danielsilvabooks.com/content/index.asp

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