THE COUNTERFEIT AGENT, by Alex Berenson
But she turns him down, giving him 30 days to shape up. A call from Ellis Schafer, Wells's old CIA boss, sends him to 1) Guatemala, 2) Thailand 3) Hong Kong and finally 4) Istanbul, where it may be possible that a rogue CIA agent is directing a plot to foment war between America and Iran. The intricacies of the actual plot are beautifully offset by Wells's interior life, his adherence to Islam, his yearning for what most people call an ordinary life. You want spoilers? Not here. Book reviews at Nuts4Books are clean of what-happens-next. Read this series. Read them in order for the full impact. Berenson started as a fine author and has, somehow, only gotten better. This is a 5.