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Praise for
The Unlikely Spy
"A satisfying and fast-paced World War II espionage thriller."--
The San Francisco Examiner
"Bodies pile up, and Silva keeps the suspense keen as the advantage shifts back and forth between the good guys and the Nazis."--
Los Angeles Times
"[Silva] has clearly done his homework, mixing fact and fiction to delicious effect and building tension--with breathtaking double and triple turns of plot--like a seasoned pro."--
People
"Deserves a standing ovation . . . superbly written and plotted. . . . In intensity and intrigue, it matches Ken Follett's
Eye of the Needle
and Robert Harris's bestselling
Enigma
."--
San Antonio Express-News
"A well-crafted first fiction that entertains while it educates." --
Chicago Tribune
"A first novel of remarkable ingenuity and daring. . . . This is a book that will stick in your imagination long after you have figured out where all the pieces fit."
--
Playboy
"Engrossing . . . a first-class spy thriller . . . a fine piece of fiction, full of plot twists and intriguing characters. . . . The denouement is quite amazing."
--
Chattanooga Times-Free Press
"[A] tautly drawn thriller . . . plenty of nail-biting scenes."--
New York Post
"A classic World War II adventure thriller."
--Robert Harris, bestselling author of
Fatherland
and
Enigma
"Breathtaking . . . spellbinding . . . grabs readers from the first page and holds them to the dramatic ending. . . . . This first work of fiction by journalist Daniel Silva puts him up there among the best of the spy writers."
--
Abilene Reporter-News
Praise for Daniel Silva's
The English Assassin
"Anexceptionallyreadable,sophisticatedthriller . . .abundant action. . . . Silva ranks . . . among the best of the younger American spy novelists."
--
The Washington Post
"[A] swift new spy novel. . . . Silva excitingly delivers his story's twists and turns."--
The New York Times
"Good assassin vs. bad assassin. . . . The plot is rich, multilayered, and compelling with issues as timely as the daily headlines and problems as old as humankind. . . . Silva maintains tension and suspense."--
The Denver Post
"Enthralling . . . a thriller that entertains as well as enlightens." --
The Orlando Sentinel
"Breathtakingly orchestrated. Silva makes a stunning contribution to the spy thriller."
--
Booklist
(starred review)
"Thrilling . . . a good cinematic story."
--
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
"Smooth and compelling."--
Detroit Free Press
"Silva's sophisticated treatment, polished prose, an edgy mood, and convincing research gives his plot a crisp, almost urgent quality."
--
Publishers Weekly
(starred review)
"Silva knows how to plot. . . . [He] will draw you in--and you'll learn something at the same time."
--
Rocky Mountain News
"Cleverly crafted . . . engrossing . . . an intelligent thriller of the old school and one that will satisfy Silva fans and earn him many new ones."--
The Chattanooga Times
"A page-turner from start to finish."--BookBrowser
Praise for Daniel Silva and His Previous Thrillers
"[A] spy-fiction ace."--
People
"A writer who brings new life to the international thriller."
--
Newsday
"Each plot-twisting segment is marked by almost unbearable tension. . . . Silva's unsmiling prose urges you on like a silencer poking at the small of your back."
--
Entertainment Weekly
"A terrific thriller . . . one of the best-drawn fictional assassins since
The Day of the Jackal.
"
--
The San Francisco Examiner
"The spy novel is alive and well and Daniel Silva among those who are nursing it back to life. . . . The fast-paced plot and multiple twists--not to mention multiple villains and semivillains--are the backbone of Silva's tales. Those of us who have doted on the spy novel for decades have a new light to watch."
--
The Sunday Advocate
(Baton Rouge, LA)
"A master writer of espionage."
--
The Cincinnati Enquirer
"Silva . . . writes with the atmospheric grace and whip-lash tension of Le Carre."--
Booklist
(starred review)
"In the style of authors like Frederick Forsyth and Ken Follett . . . highly imaginative fiction set against a non-fiction background. . . . You will want to read this one straight through once you've started."
--
New York Law Journal
"At the forefront of his generation of foreign intrigue specialists."--
Publishers Weekly
(starred review)
"Silva writes superbly suspenseful thrillers, and he makes excellent use of today's headlines."--
American Libraries
Also by Daniel Silva
The Secret Servant
The Messenger
Prince of Fire
A Death in Vienna
The Confessor
The English Assassin
The Kill Artist
The Marching Season
The Mark of the Assassin
SIGNET
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Published by Signet, an imprint of New American Library, a division of Penguin
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Group, a division of Random House, Inc.
First Signet Printing, May 2003
Copyright (c) Daniel Silva, 1995, 1996
eISBN : 978-1-440-60727-1
Excerpt from
The Secret Servant
copyright (c) Daniel Silva, 2007
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