The Midnight House Reviews
"Starred Review. Arguably Berenson's best thriller yet, this outstanding novel stands on the top rung of commercial spy fiction." - Library Journal
"CIA agent John Wells, the hero of bestseller Berenson's exceptional espionage series, retreats to rural New Hampshire in his compelling fourth outing." - Publishers Weekly
"A superbly crafted spy thriller that doubles as a gripping mystery; the reader has no idea who the killer is until Wells figures it out." - Kirkus Reviews
"His characters are either deftly sketched or fully realized. His writing is succinct, with dashes of cynical humor." - Booklist
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