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Alex Berenson


USA flag (b.1973)

Alex Berenson is a reporter for The New York Times who has covered topics ranging from the occupation of Iraq to the flooding of New Orleans. He graduated from Yale University in 1994 with degrees in history and economics.

Genres: Thriller
 
Series
John Wells
   1. The Faithful Spy (2006)
   2. The Ghost War (2008)
     aka The Ghost Agent
   3. The Silent Man (2009)
   4. The Midnight House (2010)
   5. The Secret Soldier (2011)
   6. The Shadow Patrol (2012)
   7. The Night Ranger (2013)
   8. The Counterfeit Agent (2014)
   9. Twelve Days (2015)
   10. The Wolves (2016)
   11. The Prisoner (2017)
   12. The Deceivers (2018)
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Novels
   The Power Couple (2021)
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Non fiction
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Awards
Barry Awards Best First Novel nominee (2007) : The Faithful Spy
Edgar Awards Best First Novel winner (2007) : The Faithful Spy


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