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Gabriel Allon saves the world

Daniel Silva’s current release, “Portrait of a Spy,” is the 11th book in a highly successful series based on Israeli spy Gabriel Allon who is now living as internationally known art restorer Giovanni Rossi with his beautiful Italian wife, Chiara, in the small village of Gunwalloe Cove in Cornwall.

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Not all secrets worth telling

In Lisa Unger’s book, “Fragile,” everyone has a secret.

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TRADER OF SECRETS: Writer Steve Martini and his hero are better than this

As the new Steve Martini book “Trader of Secrets” opens, everyone defense attorney Paul Madriani holds dear is in trouble.

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Sarah Addison Allen: Author does not improve in second novel

Sarah Addison Allen’s first book, “The Girl Who Chased The Moon,” (reviewed on April 24, 2010), didn’t break new ground. In fact, it was formulaic and predictable.

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Baldacci tries his hand at chick lit: Oops

I’ve read everything David Baldacci has written, beginning with “Absolute Power” in 1996. Few writers can match him when it comes to the action thriller. I’ve had the good fortune to interview him several times since 2006.

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