Alex Berenson Books in Order
Name: Alex Berenson
Born: 6 January, 1973
Place of birth: New York, USA
Resides: New York, USA
First book: The Faithful Spy
Previous employment: reporter
Fun fact #1: Alex served as a news correspondent in Iraq during the conflict.
Fun fact #2: his experiences in Iraq helped him develop his first novel.
Awards (not an exhaustive list):
- Edgar Award
Alex Berenson Book List & Suggested Book Order
|Alex Berenson Books in Order|
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|John Wells Books in Order|
|The Faithful Spy||Amazon US||UK||CA||AU||iBooks||Kobo||B & N|
|The Ghost War||Amazon US||UK||CA||AU||iBooks||Kobo||B & N|
|The Silent Man||Amazon US||UK||CA||AU||iBooks||Kobo||B & N|
|The Midnight House||Amazon US||UK||CA||AU||iBooks||Kobo||B & N|
|The Secret Soldier||Amazon US||UK||CA||AU||iBooks||Kobo||B & N|
|The Shadow Patrol||Amazon US||UK||CA||AU||iBooks||Kobo||B & N|
|The Night Ranger||Amazon US||UK||CA||AU||iBooks||Kobo||B & N|
|The Counterfeit Agent||Amazon US||UK||CA||AU||iBooks||Kobo||B & N|
|Twelve Days||Amazon US||UK||CA||AU||iBooks||Kobo||B & N|
|The Wolves||Amazon US||UK||CA||AU||iBooks||Kobo||B & N|
|The Prisoner||Amazon US||UK||CA||AU||iBooks||Kobo||B & N|
|The Deceivers||Amazon US||UK||CA||AU||iBooks||Kobo||B & N|
|Standalone Books in Order|
|The Power Couple||Amazon US||UK||CA||AU||iBooks||Kobo||B & N|
|The Number||Amazon US||UK||CA||AU||iBooks|
|B & N|
|Lost in Kandahar||Amazon US||UK||CA||AU||iBooks|
|B & N|
|The Prince of Beers||Amazon US||UK||CA||AU|
|B & N|
|Tell Your Children||Amazon US||UK||CA||AU||iBooks||Kobo||B & N|
|Unreported Truths about COVID-19 and Lockdowns||Amazon US||UK||CA||AU||iBooks|
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Alex Berenson Interview
Alex reflects on his books, discussing his John Wells series of thrillers, not least how the character of the hero John Wells developed. He also mentions his desire to write a post 9/11 spy novel.
Alex Berenson Biography
Alex Berenson was born on the 6th of January in 1973, which was a Saturday. To those readers interested in on all things astrological, that means he’s a Capricorn, which is one of the Earth signs.
Though he was born in New York, Alex actually grew up in Englewood, a small city with a population of less than 29,000 people, which is in New Jersey, a state on the Eastern seaboard of the United States of America. He’s one of two children born to father Harvey and mother Ellen.
Alex didn’t stray far from his hometown roots for his schooling. In 1994, he graduated from prestigious Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut with degrees in history and economics. When it came to his first ever job, however, he strayed much, much further from home – nearly 1800 miles. For his first position straight out of college, he chose to become a business reporter in Denver, Colorado, for The Denver Post.
By the time he left the Post just a couple of years later in 1996, Alex had published well over 500 articles. He then joined TheStreet.com, a financial news website, where he was one of the organization’s first employees. He stayed there until 1999, at which point he…
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- John Wells series in order
- a complete list of nonfiction
Why Read the Alex Berenson John Wells Series in Order?
US-born author Alex writes mainly in the thriller genre. Born in the 1970s, Alex spent time as a reporter before moving onto writing fiction. Though he still writes nonfiction, the majority of his writing-life is devoted to his John Wells series, which has now resulted in 12 titles being published.
This Alex Berenson book list not only gives all the Alex Berenson novels in chronological order, but lets you see the characters develop and witness events at the correct time, just as Alex intended.
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