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The Nearest Exit by Olen Steinhauer

The Nearest Exit is Olen Steinhauer's follow-up to his bestselling The Tourist. Milo Weaver is back and drawn back into the secretive CIA group referred to as tourists. Milo's new bosses don't know whether to trust him, so they send him on a test assignment in Germany. Things don't go as planned, and Milo finds himself in trouble. Unsure of who to trust and where the truth might lie, he's got to extract himself before he becomes part of the body count. The Nearest Exit has received positive reviews with the Associated Press saying, "His follow-up book is equally riveting. Weaver again stays one step ahead of both his bosses and the bad guys - but the strain of his profession is taking its toll. The Nearest Exit should take its place among the best of the spy thrillers."
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