Prince of Fire

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Click for availability and more information Prince of Fire, by Daniel Silva

As a big fan of Silva's series with Gabriel Allon (the art restorer who "doubles" as a secret agent for the Israeli government), this reviewer welcomes the fifth book of the series with Allon. In brief, he is pressed into service after a terrorist attack in Rome and proceeds on a chase to capture a Palestian terrorist. This terrorist may or may not have been behind the vicious attack on his wife that was described in earlier books. As usual, the action is fast-paced, the characters well-developed and the story is very timely. In fact, the reader gets an insight into the Arab-Israeli conflict that is very well balanced and educational. Another bonus is the developments in Allon's personal life that make his character all the more real. This is very highly recommended!

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