This is book number 7 in the Gabriel Allon series.
In The Secret Servant a terrorism expert is bludgeoned to death in Amsterdam. Was the murder the work of a crazy extremist or something else? In London the daughter of the American ambassador is kidnapped and an impossible ransom is requested. Are these events related? Enter our hero, art restorer Gabriel Allon who is also a Mossed agent. Another exciting, fast paced, well written, fun international thriller by Daniel Silva. — Sarah Knight
All of Silva's novels are captivating for their brilliant writing, not to mention his intrigue and characters! This new novel follows Gabriel Allon, art restorer turned Israeli spy as he stays one step behind a kidnapped woman. A masterpiece! — Hilary Wartinger
When last we encountered Gabriel Allon, the master art restorer and sometime officer of Israeli intelligence, he had just prevailed in his blood-soaked duel with Saudi terrorist financier Zizi al-Bakari. Now Gabriel is summoned once more by his masters to undertake what appears to be a routine assignment: travel to Amsterdam to purge the archives of a murdered Dutch terrorism analyst who also happened to be an asset of Israeli intelligence. But once in Amsterdam, Gabriel soon discovers a conspiracy of terror festering in the city's Islamic underground, a plot that is about to explode on the other side of the English Channel, in the middle of London.
The target of this plot is Elizabeth Halton, the daughter of the American ambassador to the Court of St. James's, who is to be brutally kidnapped. Gabriel arrives seconds too late to save her. And by revealing his face to the plot's masterminds, his fate is sealed as well. Drawn once more into the service of American intelligence, Gabriel hurls himself into a desperate search for the missing woman as the clock ticks steadily toward the hour of her execution. It will take him from Amsterdam to Germany to the very end of Denmark. It will thrust him into an unlikely alliance with a man who has lost everything because of his devotion to Islam. It will cause him to question the morality of the tactics of his trade. And it might very well cost him his life.