New York Times reporter turned #1 best-selling author, Alex Berenson won the Edgar Award for best first novel for his thrilling tale The Faithful Spy. In The Midnight House, CIA agent John Wells is called in when a former agent and an army vet are gunned down. Tied to an interrogation squad that targeted the world's most dangerous jihadists, the victims prove just the tip of the iceberg in a deadly case of global intrigue.
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by Alex Berenson
by Craig Johnson
"Once upon a recent time there was a secret location in Poland where suspected terrorists were "questioned." Now the former captors are being hunted down and killed; it's up to CIA operative John Wells to find out by whom. George Guidall's voice is the perfect vehicle for this often-horrifying story. It somehow manages to be soothing though it can morph to modes of outrage, conversation, or explanation. Conversations are animated; the ones involving torturer and prisoner are especially affecting. One senses that the occasional Arabic is perfectly pronounced; at any rate, it flows. Guidall excels at villains' voices, but you may not spot the killer here. J.B.G. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award (c) AudioFile 2010, Portland, Maine"
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