The New Girl (Gabriel Allon Series #19)

The New Girl (Gabriel Allon Series #19)

by Daniel Silva


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From #1 New York Times bestselling author Daniel Silva comes a stunning new thriller of vengeance, deception, and betrayal.

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 . . .

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780062834836
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 07/16/2019
Series: Gabriel Allon Series , #19
Pages: 496
Sales rank: 37
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 9.20(h) x 1.80(d)

About the Author

Daniel Silva is the award-winning, #1  New York Times bestselling author of The Unlikely SpyThe Mark of the AssassinThe Marching SeasonThe Kill ArtistThe English AssassinThe ConfessorA Death in ViennaPrince of FireThe MessengerThe Secret ServantMoscow RulesThe DefectorThe Rembrandt AffairPortrait of a SpyThe Fallen AngelThe English GirlThe Heist, The English Spy, The Black Widow, House of Spies and The Other Woman.  He is best known for his long-running thriller series starring spy and art restorer Gabriel Allon. Silva’s books are critically acclaimed bestsellers around the world and have been translated into more than 30 languages. He resides in Florida with his wife, television journalist Jamie Gangel, and their twins, Lily and Nicholas. For more information visit

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The New Girl (Gabriel Allon Series #19) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Anonymous 3 days ago
What's not to love about Silva's new spy novel! Have to wait a year to maybe see how the final scene plays out. Thank you, Mr Silva, for your timely stories with history and art lessons so artfully applied. It is a joy to read your books! As a retired high school AP 12 English teacher, I especially enjoyed the allusions to Shakespeare's MACBETH and the Greek term for the tragic flaw in this novel. Wondering if my former students remember our studies as fondly as I do. Ms B, GHS
Anonymous 1 days ago
Another wonderful Daniel Silva/Gabriel Allon novel. This new read is rich with a complex plot based on today's world situation and reintroduces a character from novels past. As with other Silva books, I could not put it down and didn't want it to end.
anna_amato 4 days ago
DISCLAIMER: I received an ARC yesterday which guaranteed an honest review and no spoilers. I have read all Daniel Silva's Books sometimes in 2 or 3 days I read this in 8 hours with only brief stops. This is masterful and definitely his best. He makes no secret of the fact that he stopped after 250 pages because of current events and then thought of a way to redeem the leader of Saudi Arabia. By page 34 I was completely fascinated and having trouble breathing. However, throughout the book the author intersperses humor and wit and uses the same phrases repeatedly which is something regular readers have come to appreciate. He makes you laugh while you are so completely enthralled you can't put the book down. He also doesn't hesitate to tear out your heart. He cobbles together actual political events such as the death of a journalist and the rise into power of a tyrant and know that you have to accept an imperfect ally and how to turn them into an asset. This becomes a completely believable narrative and one that by the end of the book you could wish to be true. A believable fairy tale. But not all fairy tales end with a handsome prince kissing the princess. This is definitely his best work. I may have thought that before but I KNOW that this is it.
Anonymous 5 days ago
"The New Girl" pulls you right in to Gabriel Allon's 2019 adventure and quest for freedom and truth. Silva's lyrical writing that gives us a new adventure with old friends and contemporary situations and circumstances makes a welcome return. An delightful and fun part of summer begins!
Anonymous 2 hours ago
Couldn't put this latest book in the Gabriel Alon series down. Excellent read. Can't wait for the next book!
DianaMN 6 hours ago
I finished reading The New Girl last night. WOW! I didn't see that end coming, and I'm generally really good at that. I LOVED this book. I LOVED the writing. Daniel Silva sharpened not only his Ticonderoga #2 pencils, but also his words. No stone from the world current affairs was left untuned. And in delving into the latest Middle Eastern, Russian, European, and American Realpolitik, he created, with great wit and humor, a parallel world that looks hopeful and exciting, a redeemable bad guy, the possibility of peace, and even getting Iran out of its nuclear business. And we all buy into this world, until the very wonderful, surprising, and shocking end! Like a great symphony, his words instead of notes, were put together and conducted in a way that only a great maestro can. Bravo!
Anonymous 7 hours ago
Once again, if you are a long time fan of Daniel Silva's Gabriel Allon series or if you are just discovering him, this year's addition is a triumph. With a ripped from the headlines story, familiar characters and international action that never stops, Daniel Silva delivers the best read of the summer. This is a book for our time and reflects the news, politics and the global community. Set aside a chunk of time to devote to this reading - it will grab you and not let go until the very last word.
James_Reid 11 hours ago
Daniel Silva's character Gabriel Allon has been through a change in his professional life. He's less physical than he used to be which is understandable since he's older. He has to manage a large bureaucracy. He has to meet with the never identified prime minister of Israel. In the meantime, he engineers a major penetration of Iran's nuclear program, tries to recover the kidnapped daughter of the fictional Saudi crown prince, repairs the break with the British from the previous book, cripples Russian expansionism, fences with the directory of the Central Intelligence Agency, and, by the way, "steals" back a country that was being shifted from the Western sphere of influence to that of the Russians. Silva brings back his most beloved-by-fans characters, including the recently sidelined Sarah Bancroft. Silva ties off one unresolved personal relationship and cements a new one. While there are some readers who carp about Silva's references to previous events in his novels, I find them to useful in maintaining continuity. In the end, Silva ties everything off nicely except for handing us the mother of all cliffhangers. Buy the book; read it; read it again because you're sure to have missed some nuance along the way.
Anonymous 22 hours ago
Another fantastic story that will leave you yearning for the next bookRosita, Kirtland, OH
Anonymous 1 days ago
Another great story from Mr. Silva. It is always bittersweet to have his new books come out; because they are always so good - I love to read them, and I hate to finish them and have to wait for the next one!! This one moves quickly from the very start, and pulls you into the plot line, along with beloved former characters of his other novels. (can you please bring back the Italian priest in some of your next books? He could have some interesting plot twists for you!) As always, the story grabs from actual headlines happening across the world. We can only hope there are people as good as Gabriel and his team working in real life on behalf of our governments! There are twists, turns, and surprises in store for the reader. One of the reasons you keep coming back to a series like this one about the Israeli spy Gabriel Allon, is the character development not only of Gabriel, but of all of his team and adversaries. By now; we feel we KNOW him and his family, his team, the auxiliary characters and villains. You can't miss by reading this book.
GSanchez 1 days ago
Mr. Silva knocks it outta the park once again! Every new novel seems to never disappoint! With the use of real-world scenarios, there's adrenaline pumping, heartbreaking, and informative sections throughout this book. I'm now sitting here begging for more!!