Great review in the Washington Post today of the audiobook of American Spy—kudos to the greatly talented David Pittu, who did an outstanding job on it.

Like the two novels that precede it, this one is richly populated with characters of shifting loyalties from manylands, an assembly that demands a range of accents and voices: German, Eastern European, African, Chinese and American of both sexes. David Pittu executes them all…

…As for the plot: It creates almost unbearable suspense as its characters, surrounded by every species of treachery, find themselves fatally ‘caught in the folds of foreign policy.’