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The Order

“Gabriel was not yet convinced that anything at all had happened that night, other than that an old man with a weakened heart, a man whom Gabriel loved and admired, had died while praying in his private chapel. Still, he had to admit there were enough troubling circumstances to warrant further investigation, beginning with the whereabouts of Niklaus Janson. Gabriel would try to find him, if only to put Donati’s mind at ease. And his own mind, as well.”

It’s hard to believe that The Order is Daniel Silva’s twentieth novel in the Gabriel Allon series.  I really look forward to this each summer when the book usually is published.  This year was no different.