The Ghost War

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The Ghost War
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Author Alex Berenson
Cover artist Nichole Laroche
Language English
Series John Wells (Series)
Subject Terrorism
Genre Spy Fiction
Publisher G.P. Putnam's Sons
Publication date
February 12, 2008
Media type Print (Hardback and Paperback)
Pages 383 (Hardcover)
ISBN 978-0-399-15453-9
OCLC 166360004
813/.6 dc22
LC Class PS3602.E75146 G48 2008
Preceded by The Faithful Spy
Followed by The Silent Man

The Ghost War is the second John Wells thriller by The New York Times writer, Alex Berenson.

In The Faithful Spy, John Wells became the only American CIA agent ever to penetrate al-Qaeda, but his handlers became distrustful of him, and he of them. He had to stop a devastating terrorist attack nearly alone.

Now Wells is back in Washington, D.C.. His wounds have healed, but his mind is far from clear. He is restless, uneasy in his skin, and careless with his safety. When the CIA finds evidence of a surge in Taliban activity, backed by an unknown foreign power, it takes little to convince Wells to return to Afghanistan to investigate. But what he discovers there is far from what he expected.

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