The Marching Season, The Kill Artist, The English Assasin, The Confessor, A Death in Vienna, Price of Fire, The Messenger, The Secret Servant, Moscow Rules and The Defector, Daniel Silva has another addition to your nail-biting read, “The Rembrandt Affair.” Truly will add up to his collection of breathlessly anticipated, finger-glued, and page-turning books. This will get espionage-friendly fans into its frenzy with this new book.
This is a story of greed, passion, and a more-than-half-the-century murder. “Two families, one terrible secret, and a painting to die for…” as one review says, this is a story of Gabriel Allon, determined to get away from his ties from the office, he went to the cliffs of Cornwall with his wife Chiara. But his retreat was interrupted with a new problem. And this problem can be solved only by Gabriel.
He was on a search for a lost Rembrandt portrait. Lost after an art restorer was brutally killed, this was also a painting which has a story of bloodshed. Using his unique skill in exploring issues, he had never thought that he would go back to the world that he thought he had left behind. Gabriel will be brought to different scenes as he follows the trail of clues for this mystery. This book showed the gap between the rich and poor exacerbated by private collectors who bought paintings that were stolen from museums for their own private galleries. A proof that were people, whom thought to be known for their good deeds, will do anything for money.
With the twist and turns of the story and remarkable cast of characters, you will be entertained with this book.
If you’re looking for thrilling action and mystery, plus if you have read Daniel Silva’s previous books, then this book is definitely for you.