The Other Woman

The Other Woman

#1 New York Times bestselling author Daniel Silva strikes again.

Extraordinary Acclaim for House of Spies:

#1 New York Times Bestseller
#1 Wall Street Journal Bestseller
#1 USA Today Bestseller
#1 Associated Press Bestseller
#1 Washington Post Bestseller

"A tense, thrilling adventure. . . . With Silva’s novels you find yourself being educated as well as being entertained. . . . Silva is that rarity of rarities, a writer whose stories just keep getting better."—Huffington Post

"An irresistible thriller. . . . The phrase ‘#1 New York Times bestselling author’ gets bandied about a lot (Which list? For how long?), but in Silva’s case, it means exactly what it says."—Booklist, starred review

"Written by one of our greatest living spy novelists, House of Spies gives us protagonist Gabriel Allon in his 17th adventure. The novel features Silva’s taut and compelling dialogue and keen insight into the human psyche."—Dallas Morning News

"Riveting. . . . Silva’s writing has lost none of its elegance. He provides readers with just enough real-world geopolitics to make sense of his narrative, and his depictions of the different styles of the world’s diverse intelligence services is fascinating as always."—Kirkus Reviews, starred review

"One of Silva’s most entertaining books. . . .  It’s uncanny how Daniel Silva keeps doing this. The opening chapters… feel like they were ripped from the headlines. . . . But when Silva created the scenario in his book, the headlines hadn’t been written yet."—Fort Worth Star-Telegram

"Outstanding. . . . Readers will eagerly await the next installment in this deeply fulfilling series."—Publishers Weekly, starred review

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About Daniel Silva

Daniel Silva was born in Michigan in 1960 and raised in California where he received his BA from Fresno State. Silva began his writing career as a journalist for United Press International (UPI), traveling in the Middle East and covering the Iran-Iraq war, terrorism and political conflicts. From UPI he moved to CNN, where he eventually became executive producer of its Washington-based public polic

    The Other Woman Reviews

  • Malia

    I had been looking forward to this book as a fun, fast-paced summer thriller, but I am sorry to say, I was left disappointed. The story felt disjointed, Gabriel boring and the pace quite slow until th...

  • The Real Book Spy

    Read this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.comGabriel Allon, the wayward son of Israeli intelligence who for many years has enjoyed the respect of people around the globe, especially other intell...

  • Monnie

    How did I love thee? When I counted the ways, I ended up with way more than 5 reasons. But since 5 stars is as high as most ratings go, that number will have to suffice - but it certainly isn't enough...

  • Lewis Weinstein

    another great thriller from Silva ... this one with a unique plot twist...

  • Ed

    Absolutely brilliant!...

  • Ruth Edenbaum

    Spies, Traitors and Moles Well blended and Deftly Seasoned With a Dash of HistoryThe Other Woman is Daniel Silva’s 2018 offering to his multitude of fans, and any lucky new readers who have started ...

  • Claudia

    I read Daniel Silva to get his 'take' on current international events and players. I know it's not gospel, but his POV truly informs the news. Now he's turned his laser onto Russia and Putin...for sev...

  • debra

    3-4*s Not my favorite of Silva's book. Rounded up for old times sake. ; ))...

  • Stephen Lake

    I guess the series has become too formulaic for me. Nothing fresh or unique about this novel, cranked out briskly since the last installment. And every bit as au courant as cable TV news’s obsession...

  • Mary

    All done, until next year when we meet again, Gabriel, mazeltov....