The Shadow Patrol by Alex Berenson
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The Shadow Patrol Summary
In 2009, the CIA's Kabul Station fell for a source who promised to lead it to Bin Laden, but instead he blew himself up, taking the station's most senior officers with him. Now, more than two years later, the station is still floundering, agents are dying, and at Langley the CIA's chiefs wonder if the unthinkable has happened, if somehow the Taliban has infiltrated the station.
The Shadow Patrol Reviews
"It's this riveting duel between good and evil that will keep readers blazing through the pages... this consistently interesting series shows no signs of running out of steam." - Publishers Weekly
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Alex Berenson Author Biography
As a reporter for The New York Times, Alex Berenson has covered topics ranging from the occupation of Iraq to the flooding of New Orleans to the financial crimes of Bernie Madoff. His previous novels include The Faithful Spy, winner of the 2007 Edgar Award for best first novel, and The Ghost War.
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