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In Moscow Rules Gabriel Allon went up against the sadisitc Ivan Kharkov. Now he must outsmart him once and for all in this #1 New York Times bestseller from Daniel Silva.
Grigori Bulganov once saved Gabriel Allon's life in Moscow—and Allon always repays his debts. So when the former Russian intelligence officer vanishes, Allon gathers his team of operatives to go after those responsible. But, in a running battle that rages across the globe, Allon soon realizes that his enemy may already hold the key to victory. And that if he continues, it will cost him more than he can bear...
About the Author
Daniel Silva is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Unlikely Spy, The Mark of the Assassin, The Marching Season, and the Gabriel Allon series, including The Kill Artist, The English Assassin, The Confessor, A Death in Vienna, Prince of Fire, The Messenger, The Secret Servant, Moscow Rules, The Defector, The Rembrandt Affair, Portrait of a Spy, The Fallen Angel, The English Girl, The Heist, The English Spy, The Black Widow, and House of Spies. His books are published in more than thirty countries and are bestsellers around the world.
"The perfect book."—Associated Press
"Grips its reader by the throat like a rampant Rottweiler and never, ever lets go…A fabulous thriller."—Daily Mail (UK)
"The action roars along, touching down in both glamorous settings and godforsaken outposts…For readers who crave both deft characterization and old-fashioned, spy-novel action."—Booklist
"The Defector proves that of those writing spy novels today, Daniel Silva is quite simply the best."—Kansas City Star
"A gripping tale of bloody vengeance…An assassin with soul."—Library Journal
"Gabriel Allon has been and continues to be one of the most fascinating espionage agents for years in perhaps the best thriller series on the market in the past decade."—Midwest Book Review