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Morte em Viena Restaurador de arte e espi o ocasional, Gabriel Allon enviado a Viena para desvendar a verdade por tr s de um bombardeamento que deixou um velho amigo gravemente ferido Entretanto surpreendido por algo que vira o seu mundo do avesso um rosto perturbadoramente familiar, um rosto que o gela at aos ossos Na sua busca desesperada por respostas, Allon vai p r a descoberto um modelo de maldade que se estende por sessenta anos e milhares de vidas e no interior dos seus pr prios pesadelos



10 thoughts on “Morte em Viena

  1. Barbara Barbara says:

    3.5 starsIn this 4th book in the Gabriel Allon series, the Israeli agent is on the trail of a Nazi war criminal who s hidden his identity for years The book can be read as a standalone Multi lingual Israeli spy art restorer Gabriel Allon is restoring a painting in Venice when a bomb destroys the Wartime Claims and Inquir


  2. Brian Brian says:

    I deal with the real world, not the world as I would like it to be A Death in Vienna is Daniel Silva s 4th book in his Gabriel Allon series, and s 2 4 form their own sort of mini trilogy dealing with the unfinished business of the Holocaust The aftermath of the horrors of the Nazis, the anti Semitism they stirred up, and its


  3. Karl Marberger Karl Marberger says:

    I really like this series because the stories have just the right amount of complexity The stories keep you thinking throughout and, in the end, it all ties together nicely There s never a dull moment either, with some great characters and dialogue to boot.This story was pretty powerful, dealing with Allon tying up the loose end


  4. Steve Steve says:

    Favorite installment in the series so far Rock solid airplane reading, with the added benefit of lots and lots of travel and fun venues Buenos Aires, Jerusalem, Munich, Rome, Vienna, and Northern Virginia, ahem , some extremely creative use of history, historical research and archives, and art and religion and banking and OK intrigu


  5. Rose Rose says:

    Another excellent Daniel Silva book This one delves into the darkness and horrors of the holocaust A hard one to put down, highly recommend


  6. kartik narayanan kartik narayanan says:

    Standard Gabriel Allon stuff It is enjoyable, so it s fine.


  7. Tim Tim says:

    Too much about European collaborators and empathetic priests for the Nazis Not near enough growth and vengeance for Gabriel Allon 2 of 10 stars


  8. Zbegniew Zbegniew says:

    This is 4th novel featuring the protagonist Gabriel Allon, a semi retired Mossad agent whose day job is now as one of the world s foremost art restorers The story starts in Venice and includes stops in Argentina, Israel and Munich but as the title suggests it mostly revolves around characters and events in Vienna The plot concerns a former SS membe


  9. Susan Kelley Susan Kelley says:

    Set across Europe and in Israel, A Death in Vienna is a spy tale intent on righting some of the wrongs of The Holocaust Part time spy Gabriel Allon is sent to Vienna by The Office think CIA, but deadlier to investigate a bombing at the Wartime Claims and Inquiries office Following clues to the identity of a Nazi officer, Gabriel travels the globe with


  10. Gary Gary says:

    The 4th book in the Gabriel Allon series by Daniel Silva This series is getting better and better as the characters develop andsub plots are related This spy series is different to my normal Mystery Thriller genre but rarely fails to deliver The stories are full of action and intrigue and delivered at a break neck pace and I don t think it will be that lon


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