Assassin's Silence: A David Slaton Novel
Forge, 2016 (2016)
Reviewed by Hilary Williamson
missed the beginning of this series starring skilled assassin David Slaton, who used to work for Mossad. As
opens, he has retired and is employed as a stonemason in Malta. His American wife, physician Christine Palmer in Virginia, believes him dead and he's never seen his small son Davy.
he story opens in Syria, where scavenging children come upon a valuable find, but one that causes radiation sickness for all who come into its orbit - we know that this discovery will play a role in what follows. Back to David, who comes under attack by a team of mercenary killers. He escapes but wonders how he survived, and why they were after him. He decides to find out, and moves through Europe, killers hot on his trail. He takes them out one by one. What is the endgame?
ext we watch the purchase and transfer of an airliner, and the faking of its crash into the ocean. The plot thickens fast as the CIA, under Agent Anna Sorenson search for the airplane. David, sensing that the plot somehow centers on him, sends an old friend to the United States to watch over his wife and child. And, with help from the CIA, he zeroes in on the toxic aircraft. But will he survive and ever reunite with his family?
ou'll have to read
to find out. This engrossing spy thriller is well worth your time.
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