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5+ quotes from The Kill Artist by Daniel Silva

Quotes from The Kill Artist

Daniel Silva ·  512 pages

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“I suppose I needed to share it with her. I suppose I needed someone to forgive me.”
― Daniel Silva, quote from The Kill Artist


“The Lord spoke to Moses, saying, “Send men that they may spy out the land of Canaan, which I give to the children of Israel; of every tribe of their fathers shall you send a man, every one a prince among them.” —Numbers 13:1-2”
― Daniel Silva, quote from The Kill Artist


“The further we are from the last disaster, the closer we are to the next.”
― Daniel Silva, quote from The Kill Artist


“work for Shamron, he would have to leave the Vecellio”
― Daniel Silva, quote from The Kill Artist


“For every terrorist we kill, there’s another boy waiting to step forward and pick up the stone or the gun. They’re like shark’s teeth: break one and another will rise in it’s place.”
― Daniel Silva, quote from The Kill Artist


About the author

Daniel Silva
Born place: Michigan
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