The Prisoner By Alex Berenson
Adnan Khalil
Publish Date: 21 Feb 2017

Alhawadeth Media

The Prisoner

 

By

 

Alex Berenson

 

 

  Review by Brenda Repland

 

When evidence mounts that a senior officer in the CIA is passing information to ISIS, John Wells will face one of the most hair-raising missions of his career.  He agrees to be “captured” and imprisoned in a Bulgarian dark site in order to infiltrate a terrorist cell there.  One of the prisoners is believed to have been directed aided by the CIA mole. 

 

Wells must reassume his former identity as an al Qaeda jihadi, which he used as an undercover agent in Afghanistan.  He was successful then but ISIS is much more dangerous than al Qaeda in every way.

 

Before barely escaping being killed IN the prison, he learns that a major terrorist attack is in the planning for Paris.  None of the usual precautions would be sufficient for what the jihadis have planned.

 

 

Mr. Berenson ratchets up the tension Wells leads the effort to capture the mole and prevent an event even more heinous than that of 9-11.

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