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The Prisoner of Guantanamo by Dan Fesperman
The Prisoner of Guantanamo begins with FBI agent Revere Falk working in Guantanamo Bay as an interrogator. He's been assigned to interrogate a Yemeni who is thought to know important information about Al Qaeda. He's also dating another interrogator, one of the few single women on the base. When an American soldier's corpse washes up on the Cuban side of the fence, Falk is reassigned to investigate the apparent homicide. His investigation not only uncovers Cold War tensions, but it finds different U.S. government agencies overseeing his work with unknown interests of their own. It also uncovers a secret from Falk's past that leaves him open to blackmail and threatens both him and his girlfriend. Dan Fesperman's novel has received positive reviews with the Fort Worth Star-Telegram saying, "As a result, what could have fallen flat as an overheated post-Cold War thriller becomes a plausible novel allowing readers to suspend their disbelief while also learning from a contemporary real-world controversy."