Bestselling Author Daniel Silva (The English Girl) in Conversation With Jamie Gangel
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I love Daniel Silva's books, so it was great to find out that he has an engaging personality and tells good stories in real life. His wife did a great job of asking probing questions and forcing him to admit to some of his quirks while writing a book.
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Gabriel Allon was once hailed by Former President Bill Clinton as his “favorite fictional character.”
The #1 New York Times bestselling author is back with his much-anticipated 16th novel, The English Girl, which sends Silva’s recurring character, Gabriel Allon*, on another adventure.
In The English Girl, when Madeline Hart vanishes on the island of Corsica, Gabriel is thrust into a deadly game of shadows where nothing is what it seems—and where the only thing more dangerous than his enemies might be the truth.
Hart, a rising star in Britain’s governing party, is also a woman with a dark secret; she is the lover of the Prime Minister. Her kidnappers know of the affair and intend to make the British leader pay for his sins. Fearful of scandal that will destroy his career, the Prime Minister decides to handle the matter privately rather than involve the police.