New York Times best-selling author of The Ghost War, Alex Berenson delivers potent doses of adrenaline-laced 21st-century espionage. The Silent Man confronts a frightening near-future scenario--ominous and undeniably real. Today, procuring a nuclear warhead is only a matter of money and access to Russia. But this round is personal for CIA man John Wells after a shocking terrorist attack hits heartbreakingly close to home.
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by Alex Berenson
by Craig Johnson
"THE SILENT MAN is a nightmare about what could happen if a group of Muslim jihadists were able to smuggle a working nuclear warhead into the United States and had the knowledge of how to explode it. George Guidall squeezes every drop of excitement out of Alex Berenson's thriller. With his unique style Guidall makes the listener feel the fear and desperation that drive CIA agent John Wells, who believes that if he doesn't find and disarm the bomb in time, a catastrophe will occur during the president's State of the Union speech. And he's right. Guidall's rock-steady performance, with just the occasional hint of urgency, elevates a superb novel to even greater heights. M.S. (c) AudioFile 2009, Portland, Maine"
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