John Wells goes undercover in Saudi Arabia in a cutting-edge novel of modern suspense from the #1 New York Times-bestselling author.
John Wells may have left the CIA, but it hasn't left him. A mysterious call brings a surprise meeting with the aged monarch of Saudi Arabia, King Abdullah. ""My kingdom is on a precipice,"" he tells Wells. ""Powerful factions are plotting against me, and my own family is in danger. I don't know who I can trust, but I'm told I can trust you.""
Reluctantly, and with the secret blessing of the CIA, Wells goes undercover; but the more he learns, the more complicated things become, and soon he, too, is unsure whom to trust, in Saudi Arabia or Washington. One thing, however, is clear: If the conspirators prevail, it will mean more than the fall of a monarch-it may be the beginning of the final conflagration between America and Islam.
Praise for The Midnight House
""Berenson's best thriller yet, this outstanding novel stands on the top rung of commercial spy fiction.""
""A rare thriller that combines intelligence and humanity.""