The first three Gabriel Allon books by Daniel Silva are "The Kill Artist," "The English Assassin" and "The Confessor." The next three books in the series are "A Death in Vienna," "Prince of Fire" and "The Messenger."
The first six books of the Gabriel Allon series were published between 2000 and 2006. The next nine books were published between 2007 and 2015. After "The Messenger," the next few books are "The Secret Servant," "Moscow Rules" and "The Defector."
Following "The Defector" are "The Rembrandt Affair," "Portrait of a Spy" and "The Fallen Angel." The last three books to be published were "The English Girl," "The Heist" and "The English Spy."
This series tells the story of Gabriel Allon, a former assassin for the Israeli secret service. He continues to be a killer during the series while also working as an art restorer. Allon is dubbed the best art restorer of his time.
Daniel Silva is the author of three more books including a two book series that is also from the perspective of an assassin. These books are titled "The Mark of the Assassin" and "The Marching Season." Silva's standalone novel, "The Unlikely Spy," is about a history professor handpicked by Winston Churchill to expose a traitor.