The Rembrandt Affair


Hypnotic prose, well-drawn characters and nonstop action will thrill Silva’s fans and convert the uninitiated.”
—People magazine

In [Gabriel] Allon, Silva has created a credible secret agent with skills that would make James Bond weep.”
—NPR Commentator Alan Cheuse/The Dallas Morning News
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THE REMBRANDT AFFAIR is Daniel Silva’s best thriller to date, and that’s saying a lot, for all of the books in the Gabriel Allon series have been stellar. Silva has an uncanny handle on world politics and how they affect the global population, not to mention an entertaining forum for getting his audience to pay attention to current affairs. There couldn’t be a much more time-appropriate plot than this one, nor one that can so touch its readers’ hearts. This is definitely a novel not to be missed!”
—Kate Ayers,

The latest Allon thriller is a terrific tale that has a different feel to the story line. The tale starts off as a mystery, but the clues turn the plot into an action-packed espionage thriller. Fast-paced regardless of genre, The Rembrandt Affair has the hero doing his usual quality job as he comes out of retirement to try to prevent the illegal sales to Iran. The escapades never stop until after the final confrontation; yet the key that refreshes this entry is Allon, who on the surface seems the same as in his previous appearances, but long time fans will notice subtle but fascinating differences.”
—Harriet Klausner, Genre Go Round Reviews


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