FBl interrogator Revere Falk believes it is better to treat a suspect decently than to use more "robust" methods. This puts him in a minority at Guantanamo Bay. Still, when a soldier is found dead under mysterious circumstances, and a high-ranking team flown in to investigate, Falk should be
above suspicion. But Falk has a secret. He may have thought successfully buried, but it is reaching out from his past, to the
sodium-lit cell blocks and stifling humidity of this claustrophobic, rumour-ridden community, and its implications are greater than he could ever have imagined. Topical, powerful, intensely suspenseful, The Prisoner of Guantanamo is a superb novel from a writer at the height of his powers.