By David Ignatius
"A dynamic mystery with the best, smartest journalist that fiction ever produced." —Ben Bradlee, Washington Post
When rising-star reporter Eric Truell accepts details from a maverick CIA agent, he turns into enmeshed in a global alternate battle during which even his personal newspaper can be an unsuspecting player. whilst Eric's resources inform him there's a undercover agent contained in the newsroom, he's tempted to pass a deadly specialist line and threat his career—possibly even his life—to locate the truth.
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