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The Counterfeit Agent by Alex Berenson
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The Counterfeit Agent

by Alex Berenson

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Unable to prevent the assassination of a CIA station chief by Iranian hostiles who are allegedly plotting a nuclear attack on the United States, John Wells goes undercover to discern the truth on an assignment that takes him from Guatemala and Thailand to Hong Kong and Istanbul.

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It was just barely okay as a time waster. Very boring in parts. ( )
  Maggie1955 | Feb 4, 2019 |
ספר מתח לא רע. אקטואלי מאוד. מותח למדי. אבל איכשהו לא ממש הגיוני בהנחות היסוד שלו. ( )
  amoskovacs | Aug 9, 2017 |
Only an OK book -- struggled to get through it toward the end. The John Wells character was pretty well developed and the Glen Mason time in Thailand was believable. ( )
  skraft001 | Oct 15, 2016 |
Read 07-25-2016
  trexm5qp7 | Jul 25, 2016 |
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I have been buying/ borrowing & catching up on ALL of Alex Berenson's John Wells novels since I read THE COUNTERFEIT AGENT because I was so interested in both the character of John Wells and the terrorists & politicians he is forced to deal with -- it is clearly well-researched and laid-out and I read this book overnight in a single sitting -- gripping, droll, suspenseful, thrilling. Berenson has a talent for bringing far away terrorist locations to life and making us care about his loved-ones and his friends. Highly recommended if you're a reader of David Baldacci, Harlan Coben, etc -- with a particular emphasis on Middle-Eastern locations and concerns. ( )
  sushi105 | Jan 24, 2015 |
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