The New Girl

The New Girl

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 fit for a head of state. She is said to be the daughter of a wealthy international businessman. She is not. And when she is brutally kidnapped across the border in the Haute-Savoie region of France, Gabriel Allon, the legendary chief of Israeli intelligence, is thrust into a deadly secret war with an old enemy that will determine the future of the Middle East—and perhaps the world . . .

Title:The New Girl
Edition Language:English
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    The New Girl Reviews

  • Tim

    A spectacularly lackluster effort by one of my usually reliable and favorite authors. Not this time. 3 of 10 stars...

  • Lynn Horton

    This is somewhere between a 4- and 5-star book for me, but since Silva has proven that, for the 19th time, he's my favorite author, I'm going with 5.The New Girl is vintage Silva: rapid-fire pacing, s...

  • Amy Peck

    Why can’t I read slower?Whenever I’m about to start reading the newest Gabriel Allon book from Daniel Silva, I always tell myself to read it slowly. Let the enjoyment that will overcome me when re...

  • Judie

    Daniel Silva’s Gabriel Allon series is addictive. As usual, THE NEW GIRL is loosely based on recent events and moves into what could happen later on.While Allon is now older than 65 and heads Mossad...

  • victor

    The Summer is here, July is upon us and that can only mean that the time has come for another Gabriel Allon adventure from the #1 New York Times Best-selling and award-winning thriller author Daniel S...

  • kartik narayanan

    Read the full review at my site Digital AmritIntroductionThe New Girl is 19th book in the Gabriel Allon series, by Daniel Silva. In case you are new to it, Gabriel Allon (the protagonist) is an Israel...

  • Julie  Durnell

    Wow! This was the best Allon yet in my opinion! Daniel Silva is a master of this genre and how he keeps writing one a year of this caliber is just amazing. The afterword is a chilling reminder of how ...

  • Ana Maria  Rivera

    Once again Daniel Silva has proven my point: that you don't actually need 8 hours of sleep and you are still able to go to work next morning after staying up all night with one of his book. That said,...

  • Darcy

    It's always interesting to see how Gabriel gets pulled into the cases he works on. With this one starting out with a little girl you knew that Gabriel would help despite who her father was. I hated th...

  • Jim A

    Several twists make this a very good read. Silva brings back Sarah Bancroft, the former CIA operative, from a couple of previous novels. Other members of Allon's merry band are also present as usual. ...