Author Alex Berenson, Homeland - InsiderAlex Berenson born January 6, is a former reporter for The New York Times and the author of several thriller novels and a book on corporate financial filings. He is the author of the controversial book Tell Your Children: The Truth About Marijuana, Mental Illness and Violence that has been denounced as alarmist and inaccurate by many in the scientific and medical communities because of his claims that cannabis causes psychosis and violence; scientists state that he is drawing inappropriate conclusions from the research, primarily by inferring causation from correlation ,  : 1  : 1  : 1 as well as cherry picking  : 1 data that fits his narrative, and falling victim to selection bias via his use of anecdotes  : 1 to back up his assertions. He joined the Denver Post in June as a business reporter. He published articles through August , when he left to join TheStreet. In the fall of and the summer of , Berenson covered the occupation of Iraq for the Times. More recently, he has covered the pharmaceutical and health care industries, specializing in issues concerning dangerous drugs.
Episode 312 - Alex Berenson Interview
Alex Berenson Announces 12th John Wells Novel, ‘The Deceivers’
His degrees were in History and Economics and following his graduation, he went to work for the Denver Post. Contact Us. The pulse-pounding denouement was inconsistent with lying supine and I read the last 15 percent of the book sitting up and leaning forward.
About this item. The next day, John Wells gets a phone call. Berenson actually knows the creators of "Homeland. A radioactive one.
Former CIA agent John Wells confronts a plot of astonishing audacity as New from the New York Times–bestselling author of Twelve Days, Alex Berenson.
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Read an Excerpt. I'm asking too much. The next day, The Prisoner is another highly entertaining Berenson political thriller with so many believable pieces that readers can't help but become cynical at the politics woven through every action aelx cheer for John Wells' indomitable ability to prevail. Overall, Malia rated it really liked it Shelves: mystery-suspense. Feb 17, John Wells gets a phone call.
He has been undercover all over the world and his aim is to stop terrorists. During his time undercover, he has converted to Muslim and he has been undercover so long that no one even knows if he is alive or not. He is a bit of a loner and it is hard for him to trust anyone. It seems the feeling is mutual because not a lot of people trust him. He is the only person ever to get on the inside of al Qaeda and he was initially blamed for the September 11th attacks on New York. He has returned to America on the orders of his boss, Omar Khadri, who is in charge of all attacks on America.