The New Girl

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HarperCollins Publishers Limited, Jul 9, 2020
At an exclusive private school in Switzerland, mystery surrounds the identity of the beautiful girl who arrives each morning and leaves each afternoon in a heavily protected motorcade. She is said to be the daughter of a wealthy international businessman. She is not. When she is brutally kidnapped Gabriel Allon is called in to investigate.

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User Review  - tjsween - www.librarything.com

As with all Allon stories, you are required to suspend belief and enjoy the story. This book, however, goes beyond that, making it less easy to enjoy. Always like the Allon stories, but this was my least favorite. Read full review

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User Review  - kimkimkim - www.librarything.com

I was reading the July edition of the Costco Connection and unsurprisingly The New Girl was a “Buyer’s Pick.” Among the interesting quotes from Silva: “I fill up the tank with as many facts and as ... Read full review

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About the author (2020)

Daniel Silva was born in Michigan in 1960. While pursuing a master's degree in international relations, he received a temporary job with United Press International to help cover the 1984 Democratic National Convention. Soon after, he left his graduate program to work full-time for United Press International. He worked in San Francisco and Washington, D. C. and as a Middle East correspondent in Cairo and the Persian Gulf. He was working at CNN when his first novel, The Unlikely Spy, was published. In 1997. He then left CNN to become a full-time author. His novels include The Fallen Angel, The English Girl, The Other Woman, and other titles in the Gabriel Allon series. He won the Barry Award for Best Thriller for The Messenger in 2006. In 2014 he made The New York Times Best Seller List with The Heist and The English Spy made the list in 2015. The Black Widow is his latest bestseller.

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