Synopses & Reviews
While in Paris, New York Mirror reporter Eric Truell lands the scoop of a lifetime. But when a maverick CIA agent starts leaking explosive, highly sensitive secrets to the savvy journalist, his career skyrockets.
As his ties to the CIA deepen, Truell becomes tangled in a dark web of espionage and murder that spans from Washington to Beijing.
Uncovering shattering truths in a realm of deceivers, and even more shocking lies in the world of journalism, Truell will make a perfect spy. And an even better victim . . .
About the Author
David Ignatius is a critically acclaimed novelist and award-winning journalist whose fiction is cited on the CIA's Web page as work that should be read as the truth. He is now assistant managing editor for business news at The Washington Post, where he has also served as foreign editor and editor of the Outlook section. Before joining the Post, he was a reporter for The Wall Street Journal, where he spent three years chronicling the collapse of Lebanon and the rise of terrorism. He is a graduate of Harvard and Cambridge.