The Silent Man

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The Silent Man
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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 dba Penguin Group
Publication date
February 10, 2009
Media type Print (Hardback and Paperback)
Pages 418pg (Hardcover)
ISBN 978-0-399-15538-3
OCLC 233549029
813'6--dc22
LC Class PS3602.E75146 S55 2009
Preceded by The Ghost War
Followed by The Midnight House

The Silent Man is a novel written by Alex Berenson, author of the previous two thrillers, The Faithful Spy, and The Ghost War. The novel was released on February 10, 2009.

Official plot[edit]

The last two years haven't been easy for John Wells. Missions in Afghanistan, China, and America have taken a heavy toll on his body, his psyche, and even his soul. Now he is living quietly in Washington, DC, trying to gather his strength and build his relationship with his lover Jennifer Exley. But his past is about to reach out for him, and for Exley.

Meanwhile, almost 6,000 miles away, terrorists are trying to steal a nuclear weapon, hoping to use it to provoke an all-out nuclear war between the United States and Russia. When the two plots come together, Wells will be faced with the most wrenching choice of his life—and have the slimmest of chances to prevent Armageddon.

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