This sequel to Alex Berenson's 2006 novel "The Faithful Spy" brings back CIA agent John Wells. Back in Washington and fully recovered, Wells follows a trail of evidence that takes him to Afghanistan where the Taliban are increasing their attacks and are apparently being financed by a foreign power. He discovers a complex web of intrigue that involves a mole in the CIA has been feeding information to the Chinese which led to the capture of a CIA team sent to extract an agent from North Korea. It's an interesting twist on the current international situation that keeps your heart pounding as the nuclear threat approaches a precipice.
Rainbo Electronic Reviews published this review in our August, 2008 issue.
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