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"...the 'gold standard' of thriller writers."
- The Dallas Morning News
Daniel Silva began his writing career as a journalist with a temporary job from United Press International in 1984. His assignment was to cover the Democratic National Convention. The job became permanent and, a year later, he was transferred to the Washington D.C. headquarters. After two more years he was appointed as UPI's Middle East correspondent and moved to Cairo.
Silva returned to Washington DC, for a job with CNN's Washington Bureau where he worked as a producer and executive producer for several of the network's television programs. In 1994 he began work on his first novel, The Unlikely Spy. The novel became a bestseller and in 1997 he left CNN to pursue writing full-time.
He lives in Georgetown in Washington D.C. with his wife, NBC Today Show's national correspondent Jamie Gangle, and their two children.
Daniel Silva's signature sample from our copy of THE SECRET SERVANT, C. 2007
Daniel Silva as he appeared on the dust jacket of his 2002 release, THE ENGLISH ASSASSIN.
Photo by Marion Ettlinger .
Daniel Silva photo by John Earle
Silva appeared at Tampa's Inkwood Books on August 9, 2008 in support of his latest novel, MOSCOW RULES.
Daniel Silva Bibliography
The Unlikely Spy -1996
Michael Osbourne Series
The Mark of the Assassin -1998
The Marching Season - 1999
Gabriel Allon Novels
The Kill Artist - 2000
The English Assassin - 2002
The Confessor - 2003
A Death in Vienna - 2004
Prince of Fire - 2005
The Messenger - 2006
The Secret Servant - 2007
Moscow Rules - 2008
The Defector - 2009
The Rembrandt Affair - 2010
Silva's wife Jamie Gangel who is national correspondent for NBC's Today Show.