Alan Cheuse, one of the best reviewers of spy novelists, has great pub day write-up of TCA in the Boston Globe. “A novel that earns your attention and delivers an intriguing catch at the end… clean, clear prose… compelling.” The full review: http://www.bostonglobe.com/arts/books/2014/02/11/book-review-the-counterfeit-agent-alex-berenson/fA8eHUAqDWf3pg3LLpJTaL/story.html?s_campaign=8315
For Esquire.com. These weekly essays will be just like the ones I wrote last year about Homeland. (Well, not exactly like them — that would be weird, since the shows aren’t the same.) Anyway, they’ll be up each Sunday, after the show runs. I think Breaking Bad stands with The Sopranos and The Wire as […]
Thanks to all of you who bought TNR and spread the word! And The Shadow Patrol will be #15 on the paperback list…
Check out my weekly essays (I won’t call them recaps) every Sunday after new episodes run!
Published: January 28, 2008 “Berenson works against the inherent sensationalism of his story with a diversity of viewpoints and deft character sketches that avoid oversimplifying the complex beliefs and strategies of his combatants… The plotting is superlative, baffling readers and characters alike as the mastermind behind al-Qaeda´s sleeper network wages covert war against a vigilant […]