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The Kill Artist by Daniel Silva
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Oct 11, 2011

really liked it

I discovered Israeli spy and assassin, Gabriel Allon, in The Rembrandt Affair, which is actually book ten of this series. Being impressed with both the writing, plausibility of the plot and depth of character development for a "thriller" I decided to start at the beginning. Interestingly, I found The Kill Artist to be a bit more shadowy in its plot revelations and development, almost as if the author wasn't sure which direction he was going to go with his protagonist or if, in fact, he was going to take him anywhere at all. Still, it contained that same level of moral conflict, action and intensity that kept me turning pages. I'm looking forward to the rest of the series.

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message 1: by Vaughn (new)

Vaughn Allon has become like an old friend. I think you will enjoy mist if his moral sensibility.

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