The Shadow Patrol
In late 2009, CIA officers in Afghanistan's Kabul station allowed a Jordanian doctor into their closest confidence. In truth, the doctor was an al-Qaeda double agent--and when he blew himself up, the station's most senior officers died with him.
Years later, the station still hasn't recovered. Recruiting has dried up and the agency's best Afghani sources are being eliminated. At Langley, the CIA's chiefs begin to suspect the worst: somehow, the Taliban has infiltrated the station.
When they ask John Wells to investigate, he reluctantly agrees to return to the country where his career began. One thing is certain: Americans are dying, and an American is responsible. Wells is the only one who can unearth the truth--if it doesn't bury him first . . .
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - scottcholstad - LibraryThing
Even though this book has a very good rating on Goodreads, I've read some fairly lukewarm reviews and I have to say that I'm somewhat mystified. I thought this was another excellent John Wells novel ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - MSWallack - LibraryThing
The (unfortunate) uneveness of Berenson's stories continues. With The Shadow Patrol, the entire premise just didn't seem to be that engaging and for the first chunk of the book, the reader is left ... Read full review