“Osama bin Laden flew airplanes into buildings in New
York and Washington….And everything changed.”
On September 11, 2001, the way we viewed the world changed.
Terrorists took our innocence, rocked our blind trust and sullied
our naiveté. But they didn’t kill our optimism.
Predictably, we struck back the only way we knew how. Maybe we
didn’t understand the repercussions of our actions.
But a rogue ally, the infamous spy Gabriel Allon, understood. An
Israeli agent employing a cover as an Italian art restorer, Allon
has studied more than the techniques of the classical masters. He