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Penguin Group (USA) LLC
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|Length: 418 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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John Wells is a great hero and Alex Berenson, a great storyteller. You don't read a John Wells thriller, you live it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Daniel Barbier
Good book similar to all others. Would read another book with same characterPublished 2 months ago by craig m morris
Another John Wells story. I enjoy the fact that he is a flawed character and that nothing is ever easy. Keep the stories coming.Published 2 months ago by Bruce A. Norton
Very different setting & plot, but just as intense. Great read full of doublecrosses, political maneuvering and John Wells heroics.Published 3 months ago by Julie G
These stories are OK in a pinch, but read Daniel Silva for some good spy stories.Published 3 months ago by Dwight P. Miller
Difficult to accept American CIA agent John Wells is a "Muslim". I have difficulty reading and accepting what the author writes. Read morePublished 3 months ago by tom henry
Takes us deep inside the world of Somali gangsters, which is hard to fathom since the storyteller is a Westerner. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jacqueline Devenport
Different than earlier John Wells novels but very exciting. Wells is out of his element but manages to extract hostages in a difficult situation.Published 4 months ago by Bob
John Wells character is always interesting...the overall story line didn't seem to have too much substance, but the stories within the story, for the most part, were captivating. Read morePublished 5 months ago by cats best friend
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I started with the first Berenson book and find them entertaining, dynamic, current and well researched. Looking forward to a novel about Africa, lots of story potential, should be a good place for John Wells to mix things up!
Dec 26, 2012 by Reading in Georgia | See all 2 posts