Synopses & Reviews
When a terrorist bomb blows Flight 002 out of the sky off the East coast, there is only one chilling clue. A body found near the crash site bears the deadly calling card of an elusive, lethal assassin--three bullets to the face. Michael Osbourne of the CIA knows the markings. Personally.
Propelled by an obsession that threatens to consume his career, his family, his life, Osbourne is now hot on the assassin's trail. But in a world of shadows and lies, intrigue and cover-up, the man with a mission puts himself and his loved ones in the sights of the most ruthless, diabolical assassin on earth. . . .
About the Author
Daniel Silva is a veteran newspaper and television journalist. The Unlikely Spy, his first novel, was a New York Times and national bestseller and has been translated into more than a dozen languages. It has also been sold as a major motion picture to Twentieth Century Fox. He lives in Washington, D.C. with his wife, NBC Today correspondent Jamie Gangel, and their two children.