Tag Archives | Alex Berenson

The Prisoner, a Must-Read Spy Thriller by Alex Berenson

The Bottom Line: A return to form that will thrill John Wells series fans and attract plenty of new ones. When you’ve written what is arguably the very best post-911 espionage novel, which Alex Berenson did with The Faithful Spy, sequels can be a rocky road. After all, the fate of the western world was at stake in […]

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Alex Berenson 12 Days

Book Review: 12 Days, a new Espionage Thriller by Alex Berenson

The Bottom Line: The sequel to The Counterfeit Agent that die-hard Alex Berenson fans deserve. The ninth installment in Alex Berenson’s John Wells series is a globetrotting shell game that winds through Saudi Arabia, Russia, Washington and elsewhere. The series, which began with The Faithful Spy, is built around John Wells, an American intelligence operative. Wells was once embedded […]

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The Best Thriller Books of 2014 – The Definitive List

Looking for a list of 2014’s best thriller books? First published back in early summer as “The Best of 2014 So Far,” we’ve updated this post as our reviewers have finalized their year-end lists. Whether you learn toward sci-fi thrillers, conspiracy fiction, medical thrillers, hard-boiled mysteries, vatican thrillers or are somewhere on the political end of the spectrum, there’s […]

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Review: Alex Berenson’s The Night Ranger

Until now, Alex Berenson’s John Wells series was one of diminishing returns. After an amazing debut in The Faithful Spy, the thriller in which we were introduced to the CIA operative that nearly went too deep in his undercover role with the Taliban, and a good sophomore outing, there’s been little to write about. Fortunately, […]

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