The New York Times bestseller: “A remarkably timely and pulse-quickening tale of deception, divided loyalty, and moral haziness.”—Raleigh News & Observer
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Another taut, believable thriller from Washington Post columnist Ignatius (Body of Lies, 2007, etc.), who pits a world-weary CIA agent against an administration looking for any reason to go to war.Mar 15 2009 | Read Full Review of The Increment: A Novel
Now that the threats to the free world speak Farsi and Arabic, as David Ignatius tells us in his fitfully exciting spy novel, The Increment, James Bond has been replaced by a new generation of operatives: handsome ''Pakis and Arabs ready to kick ass for Queen and country blowing people away...May 13 2009 | Read Full Review of The Increment: A Novel
May 17 2009
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The Increment is The Spy Who Came In from the Cold set in Iran, with a dose of Graham Greene’s The Human Factor to highlight the subtleties of betrayal.
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