Moscow Rules is one of Daniel Silva's spy novels. Featuring Gabriel Allon as a spy/assassin who works undercover as an art restorer, Moscow Rules explores the world of a rising Russia. The villain is a rich Russian oligarch who is a weapons dealer. The title is based on the Cold War rules in which CIA agents were …
The Kill Artist is a 2000 spy novel by American author Daniel Silva. It's the first book featuring Gabriel Allon. The Kill Artist was released in the UK on 20 June 2002.
The Confessor is a 2003 spy fiction novel by Daniel Silva. It is the third step on the Gabriel Allon series.
The English Assassin is a spy novel by Daniel Silva, published in 2002. It is the second in the Gabriel Allon series.
Published in 2004, A Death in Vienna is a spy novel by Daniel Silva. It is the fourth in the Gabriel Allon series.
The Secret Servant is a 2007 spy novel by Daniel Silva.
The Messenger is a spy novel by Daniel Silva.
The Prince of Fire is a 2005 spy novel by Daniel Silva.
The Defector is Daniel Silva's 2009 spy novel. It's the 9th book in the Gabriel Allon series. Released July 21, 2009, the cover depicts the House of Parliament and Big Ben in London. The cover of the paperback printing by Signet depicts St. Basil's Cathedral in Moscow.
The Unlikely Spy is a 1996 spy novel written by Daniel Silva, set during World War II. While some of the characters and events are fictional, the book is based on the real-life attempt by the Allies to use British intelligence to cover up the true plans for D-Day. The deception plan was called Operation Fortitude, and …