Required Reading

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Sunday, October 9, 2016

Prince of Fire by Daniel Silva

Gabriel Allon is targeted by an elusive, perhaps mythical character.   Things are not always as they seem and the targeted can sometimes be the one doing the targeting.  

The Kill Artist and The Heist and finally The Mark of the Assassin  all illustrate the style of Silva as well as the character Gabriel Allon, an Israeli assassin.  This book holds true to the style and as the others keeps you on the knife edge of frustration in your inability to turn the pages fast enough to determine what the heck is going to happen next. 

This book relates to real events as did the others.  The deceased, Yasir Arafat being one of the most infamous of the real life people.  Silva does not pontificate in the book but does let you know his feelings in the author's notes.

The excitement and action are non-stop and as always just when you think you have it figured out, Silva tosses in a game changer.

I highly recommend.


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