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The Confessor

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Written By: Daniel Silva

Narrated By: Arliss Howard

Publisher: Random House (Audio)

Date: March 2003

Duration: 6 hours 0 minutes


Detective Gabriel Allon returns in this stunning thriller of ancient and modern betrayal, long-buried secrets and unthinkable deeds. In Munich, writer Benjamin Stern enters his flat to find a man leafing through his research. When Stern confronts him, the man shoots him, murmurs a few words in Latin, gathers the papers and leaves. In Venice, art restorer and Israeli agent Gabriel Allon reads a message saying that Stern is dead; can he leave immediately? At the Vatican, a priest named Pietro paces in the garden, pondering the discoveries he has made, the enemies he will make, and the journey he must undertake. Silva weaves these three threads into a multilayered mystery peopled with memorable characters and distinguished by rich prose.


  • Dina J

    Again, Gabriel, I love the character. Always glad he gets his guy in the end. I would have liked it more if we would have heard HOW he came to find him in the end.

  • ColoradoSunDevil

    Excellent, one of his best. Exciting from beginning to the end.

  • Anonymous

    I found the book totally engaging. I'm relatively new to Daniel Silva books, but have found all of them captivating.

  • Anonymous

    Typical Daniel Silva story of Gabiel Allon....described by some as Isreal's Jack Bauer. My favorite series. Too bad it is abridged.

  • big joe

    good story line lots of evil doings but narrator a bit boring

  • Dan Pressley

    I generally don't care much for abridged versions of books. I want the whole story. This book managed to keep pace without losing critical depth to the storyline. The story kept my interest throughout.

  • Michael

    I have liked all of Daniel Silva's books. This was not the best one but I did enjoy it.

  • Bonnie

    Very good listen. Good plot & moved fast. The only fault I find is that the narrator is not very animated. He almost sounds bored.

  • Lee Werley

    I thought this was good. It moved fairly fast with a lot of Italian names. Good overall story


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