Alex Berenson

Alex Berenson was born on January 6, 1973. He graduated from Yale University in 1994 with degrees in history and economics. After college, he became a reporter for the Denver Post. In 1996, he became one of the first employees at TheStreet.com, the financial news website. In 1999, he became a reporter for The New York Times. While there he covered topics ranging from the occupation of Iraq to the flooding of New Orleans to the financial crimes of Bernie Madoff.
He left the Times in 2010 to concentrate on writing fiction, but he occasionally contributes to the newspaper. His first book, The Faithful Spy, won the 2007 Edgar Award for Best First Novel. His other works include The John Wells series and the nonfiction books The Number and The Prisoner.

Author's books

The Silent Man

$8.00

All small mass market paperback editions sold on our site are in ‘as new’ or fine condition. Most are unread, ex publisher copies unless noted. Some have very slight defects from age, handling or storage, usually shown in the photo (often just small chips to edges or slight dogeared cover). Any unusual defects will be noted here. We do not sell used or badly damaged small paperbacks on the site unless they are extremely clean, near new or rare and collectable.

The Silent Man

$8.00

All small mass market paperback editions sold on our site are in ‘as new’ or fine condition. Most are unread, ex publisher copies unless noted. Some have very slight defects from age, handling or storage, usually shown in the photo (often just small chips to edges or slight dogeared cover). Any unusual defects will be noted here. We do not sell used or badly damaged small paperbacks on the site unless they are extremely clean, near new or rare and collectable.

The Ghost War

$8.00

All small mass market paperback editions sold on our site are in ‘as new’ or fine condition. Most are unread, ex publisher copies unless noted. Some have very slight defects from age, handling or storage, usually shown in the photo (often just small chips to edges or slight dogeared cover). Any unusual defects will be noted here. We do not sell used or badly damaged small paperbacks on the site unless they are extremely clean, near new or rare and collectable.