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The Rembrandt Affair by Daniel Silva
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May 05, 2012

really liked it
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In "The Rembrandt Affair" Silva does his usual good job of making the reader turn pages trying to keep up with his hero, Gabriel Allon, art restorer, spy and assassin. In this adventure, Allon has retired to Cornwall with his beautiful wife Chiara. But a friend asks him to help recover a stolen Rembrandt, a painting no one knew existed until recently, which has already been the cause of one person's death. Intrigued, Allon agrees. The trail leads all over the world from Europe to South America to the Middle East, as well as back in time to looted art treasures during the Holocaust and forward to a new kind of holocaust--a nuclear armed Iran. Silva's strength is his ability to spin a good tale while making the reader think. He does it again here.
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