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  • Paperback
  • 432
  • A Death In Vienna
  • Daniel Silva
  • English
  • 10 June 2019
  • 9780141019086

10 thoughts on “A Death In Vienna

  1. says:

    35 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 standaloneMulti lingual Israeli spyart restorer Gabriel Allon is restoring a painting in Venicewhen a bomb destroys the 'Wartime Claims and Inuiries Office' in Vienna Austria Gabriel's friend Eli Lavon is badly wounded and Eli's staff is killed When Gabriel t

  2. 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. 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 bootThis story was pretty powerful dealing with Allon tying up the loose ends of his family’s suffering during the holocaust All around top notch action packed page turning fun

  4. says:

    Favorite installment in the series so farRock 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 intrigue and violence and Take my word for it there's a lot going on hereI admit I was a little slow on the uptake and was reliev

  5. 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. says:

    Standard Gabriel Allon stuff It is enjoyable so it's fine

  7. 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. says:

    Gabriel Allon is an art restorerand Israeli spy haunted by his mother's experience of the Death March from Auschwitz but oddly not uite haunted as much by his young son's death from a car bomb planted by an avenging Islamic terrori

  9. 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 member who has changed his identity and now seeks to bring his hard rig

  10. 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 Inuiries office Following clues to the identity of a Nazi off

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A Death In Vienna

E encounters something that turns his world upside down It is a face a face that feels hauntingly familiar a face that chills him to the boneWhile desper Favorite installment in the series so farRock 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 intrigue and violence and Take my word for it there s a lot going on hereI admit I was a little slow on the uptake and was relieved reaffirmed when in the afterward Silva explained that he d treated books 2 4 as a trilogy of sorts It seemed like things were moving in that direction and I thought the interlocking themes evolved nicely In retrospect books 2 4 represent an incredibly ambitious and surprisingly effective retrospective on a number of WWII NaziHolocaust themes none of which reflect well on the Austrians the Swiss or the Catholic Church but history is what it is ranging from the persecutionextermination of Jews theft and concealment of Jewish owned art and of course shelteringassimilation and the enrichment of Nazi perpetratorswar criminals after the war as well as the staying power and resurgence of the far right etc In any event it would be a mistake not to read these three in orderI m increasingly intrigued by the market for these books or in other words who buys them My experience suggests there are a lot people who might dislike or be offended by them than those for whom the underlying themes will resonate Who knows maybe folks read them as serial thrillers and don t expend too many neurons focusing on the history In any event I m glad that Silva keeps writing and I hope he s making some money off of the seriesAnd yes the protagonist Gabriel Allon is growing on me so I ll keep reading I fear the bar has been raised so I m braced for disappointment but to the extent the series keeps going I m confident there were plenty of additional high points

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Ately searching for answers Allon will uncover a portrait of evil stretching across sixty years and thousands of lives and into his own personal nightmar Too much about European collaborators and empathetic priests for the Nazis Not near enough growth and vengeance for Gabriel Allon 2 of 10 stars

Summary A Death In Vienna

Art restorer and sometime spy Gabriel Allon is sent to Vienna to discover the truth behind a bombing that gravely injured an old friend but while there h 35 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 standaloneMulti lingual Israeli spyart restorer Gabriel Allon is restoring a painting in Venicewhen a bomb destroys the Wartime Claims and Inuiries Office in Vienna Austria Gabriel s friend Eli Lavon is badly wounded and Eli s staff is killed When Gabriel travels to Vienna to investigate he meets an elderly Holocaust survivor who claims that a prominent wealthy local businessman Ludwig Vogel is really a Nazi war criminal named Erich RadekBefore long the elderly Holocaust survivor is murderedand Gabriel s further inuiries which reuire trips to the Vatican and Argentina seem to confirm that Vogel is indeed Radek Gabriel suspects that the bombing and murder were perpetrated to prevent VogelRadek from being exposed and there s a little side story associated with this presumptionAlong the way Gabriel learns about his mother a Holocaust survivor who s been very reluctant to speak about her wartime experiences This makes Gabriel even determined to bring Radek to justiceDuring Gabriel s travels there are several attempts on his life but none are successful due to a little help from his friends These various friends also help Gabriel hatch up a complex scheme to snatch Radek and this leads to the book s dramatic climaxAs usual in Daniel Silva s writing the book has a political bent In this story the Vatican the Catholic Church and Pope Pius XII are depicted as having collaborated with the Nazis and having helped war criminals escape Also Austria is described as having been sympathetic to the Nazis with people willing to run concentration camps and cover up war crimes FYI The parts of the book that described Nazi treatment of the Jews are graphic and disturbingThere are an array of interesting characters in this thriller including Gabriel s art mentor his girlfriend a clock restorerassassin residents of the Vatican members of Israeli s intelligence service and The story is fast paced with plenty of action but there aren t a lot of twists Spy thrillers aren t my favorite genre but I enjoyed the book Recommended for thriller fansYou can follow my reviews at