Portrait of an Unknown Woman by Daniel Silva

Portrait of an Unknown Woman is the 25th novel by Daniel Silva.

I’d say it’s one of the best.

The legendary Head of ‘the Office’ (Mossad), Gabriel Allon, has finally retired.

A career in Israeli secret service that began in 1972. One of the team assigned to hunt down and eliminate those responsible for killing the Israel athletes in Munich.

He moved with his Italian wife and children to Venice. And goes back to his roots as an art restorer.

A well deserved retirement. Until he gets a call about an Art forger.

Many favourite characters from past books return. Including the Corsican goat.

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