The Black Widow (Gabriel Allon, #16)
by Daniel Silva
Edmond Gagnon‘s review
Rarely do I rate a book with five stars, but there was nothing wrong with this novel and I enjoyed its 515 pages so much that I read it in about three days. I was a bit intimidated because it was the size of a telephone book, but the story moved quickly and kept my interest throughout.
The story is about terrorism throughout the world, and how different countries use different approaches to combat the problem with Islamic Jihadists. The story revolves around Israeli Intelligence operatives and one of their agents who infiltrates a terrorist cell.
If you like spy novels where the story jumps from one country to another, this book is for you. I highly recommend it.