H1: 07/16/10 Daniel Silva

July 16, 2010 by  
Filed under Radio Show, The Novelists

07161001 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 1 – Hugh spends the hour speaking with novelist Daniel Silva about his brand new book in the Gabriel Alon series, The Rembrandt Affair.

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2 Responses to “H1: 07/16/10 Daniel Silva”
  1. Caroline Watkins says:

    Hugh:
    Because you’ve seen the Rape of Europa, you might be interested in the book by Lynn Nichols, which the documentary is based on, or the books and work of Robert Edsel (I think he produced the movie).

    Here’s his site: http://www.monumentsmen.com/

  2. ted trepanier says:

    I found the interview a little too conceptual for the most part of the show. I think Hugh probably knows most of us will read the novel and didn’t want to spoil it, so thanks for that.

    I am not so sure about the Dubai assassination being the work of Israelis. And then, how did Dubai collect and collate all that video so fast anyways? But, it seemed Silva didn’t have a handle on it. Interesting he got so many phone calls.

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