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"Highly credible. . . . Both a rollicking read and a rare insider's account of Western spying in the age of al Qaeda, where the risk if exposed is not Cold War-style expulsion but gruesome execution. . . . A valuable window on both sides in a lethal underground war."
--"New York Times Book Review"
"This book reads like a screenplay for a James Bond movie written by Joel and Ethan Coen. . . . Anyone interested in the saga of terrorist fanatics will find "Agent Storm" compelling."
--"Washington Post"
"Morten Storm has done the Western world a great service. . . . And by the way, the CIA owes him 5 million dollars."
--Brian Kilmeade, Fox News
"An extraordinary story, well told and convincing."
--"Foreign Affairs"
"[A] gripping firsthand account . . . . Storm's work provides valuable and fascinating insight into the quiet battle being waged between clandestine national agencies and various terrorist organizations."
--"Christian Science Monitor"
""Agent Storm" feels like a James Bond story or one of John Le Carre's marvelous spy-thrillers. Yet, the story written by CNN's Paul Cruickshank and Tim Lister is a true account. . . . First-rate . . . a valuable window to both sides of a lethal underground war."
--War on the Rocks
"Morten Storm's account of his nerve-wracking life spying on Al Qaeda for Western intelligence gives us the most detailed, compelling, and human look at modern espionage in the lethal world of jihadist terrorism that we are likely to get. This ground-level view of the shadowy struggle between these two clandestine groups is truly gripping."
--Mark Stout, former CIA officer and Director, MA in Global Security Studies, Johns Hopkins University
"Picture "Homeland"'s Nicholas Brody getting jacked during his time as a POW and you'll get an idea of Morten Storm, the 6'1," red-haired Dane who went from unlikely jihadi to double agent. . . . Storm's tale of dodging drones and navigating alliances may read like a great espionage thriller (complete with a blonde honey trap), but his deeply personal struggle with extremism and atonement is the real story."
--"Maxim"
""Agent Storm" is the remarkable memoir of a Danish convert-turned-extremist who managed not only to infiltrate al Qaeda's ranks but would later become one of West's most valued human intelligence assets in the war on terrorism. As a true spy-story, this book brings you incredibly close to what it actually takes to be an extremist and get into a terrorist group while balancing loyalty and treachery in the world of intelligence. Essential reading for everyone interested in how the war on terrorism is actually fought in the shadows."
--Dr. Magnus Ranstorp, a leading expert on international terrorism and Research Director of the Centre for Asymmetric Threat Studies at the Swedish National Defence College
""Agent Storm" opens a unique window onto bleak interlocking landscapes--the radicalization of European Muslims that has now been energized by the Syrian civil war, the leadership and organization of global jihad, and the twilight struggle waged by western intelligence agencies against an elusive and implacable enemy."
--Steven Simon, bestselling co-author of "The Age of Sacred Terror" and "The Next Attack"
"In "Agent Storm," Morten Storm, Paul Cruickshank, and Tim Lister tell an astonishing and unknown tale of the exploits, change of allegiances, double crosses and inner workings of both al Qaeda terrorist groups and the Western intelligence agencies charged with stopping them. Storm's unlikely path puts him at the center of much of the al Qaeda activity and affiliated plots in Western Europe as well as in Somalia and Yemen since 9/11. Grounded in the necessary broader geopolitical context, "Agent Storm" is hard to put down."
--Mitch Silber, former Director of Intelligence Analysis at the NYPD and author of "The Al Qaeda Factor"
"Gripping."
--"Publishers Weekly"
"Fascinating. . . . Accounts of 'My Time in al-Qaida' are numerous enough for them to constitute a sub-genre, but there are no others in which the main protagonist has played such an extensive role for western security services, and, more crucially, is prepared to reveal so much. . . . A credible narrative that illuminates both violent Islamic extremism and the intelligence community's efforts to fight it."
--"Guardian" (UK)
"Remarkable. . . . Morten Storm is the living embodiment of the theory that it is the bad boys at school who make the best spies. . . . "Agent Storm" is an astonishing expose not only of the world of jihadi, but also the workings of those who secretly protect us."
--"Telegraph" (UK)
"Storm has been involved in many of the most critical terrorism cases since the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. This means if the revelations in his newly released memoir, "Agent Storm," are true, he is not only this decade's most intriguing informant: he could also be the most important."
--"Toronto Star"
"[A] gripping story."
--"Daily Mail" (UK)
"Storm's memoir is manna from heaven for counterterrorism experts."
--"Sunday Times" (UK)
"[Storm's] allegations have proved explosive."
--"Independent" (UK)


Highly credible. . . . Both a rollicking read and a rare insider s account of Western spying in the age of al Qaeda, where the risk if exposed is not Cold War-style expulsion but gruesome execution. . . . A valuable window on both sides in a lethal underground war.
"New York Times Book Review"
This book reads like a screenplay for a James Bond movie written by Joel and Ethan Coen. . . . Anyone interested in the saga of terrorist fanatics will find "Agent Storm" compelling.
"Washington Post"
Morten Storm has done the Western world a great service. . . . And by the way, the CIA owes him 5 million dollars.
Brian Kilmeade, Fox News
An extraordinary story, well told and convincing.
"Foreign Affairs"
[A] gripping firsthand account . . . . Storm s work provides valuable and fascinating insight into the quiet battle being waged between clandestine national agencies and various terrorist organizations.
"Christian Science Monitor"
"Agent Storm" feels like a James Bond story or one of John Le Carre s marvelous spy-thrillers. Yet, the story written by CNN s Paul Cruickshank and Tim Lister is a true account. . . . First-rate.
War on the Rocks
Morten Storm s account of his nerve-wracking life spying on Al Qaeda for Western intelligence gives us the most detailed, compelling, and human look at modern espionage in the lethal world of jihadist terrorism that we are likely to get. This ground-level view of the shadowy struggle between these two clandestine groups is truly gripping.
Mark Stout, former CIA officer and Director, MA in Global Security Studies, Johns Hopkins University
Picture "Homeland" s Nicholas Brody getting jacked during his time as a POW and you ll get an idea of Morten Storm, the 6 1, red-haired Dane who went from unlikely jihadi to double agent. . . . Storm s tale of dodging drones and navigating alliances may read like a great espionage thriller (complete with a blonde honey trap), but his deeply personal struggle with extremism and atonement is the real story.
"Maxim"
"Agent Storm" is the remarkable memoir of a Danish convert-turned-extremist who managed not only to infiltrate al Qaeda s ranks but would later become one of West s most valued human intelligence assets in the war on terrorism. As a true spy-story, this book brings you incredibly close to what it actually takes to be an extremist and get into a terrorist group while balancing loyalty and treachery in the world of intelligence. Essential reading for everyone interested in how the war on terrorism is actually fought in the shadows.
Dr. Magnus Ranstorp, a leading expert on international terrorism and Research Director of the Centre for Asymmetric Threat Studies at the Swedish National Defence College
"Agent Storm" opens a unique window onto bleak interlocking landscapesthe radicalization of European Muslims that has now been energized by the Syrian civil war, the leadership and organization of global jihad, and the twilight struggle waged by western intelligence agencies against an elusive and implacable enemy.
Steven Simon, bestselling co-author of "The Age of Sacred Terror" and "The Next Attack"
In "Agent Storm," Morten Storm, Paul Cruickshank, and Tim Lister tell an astonishing and unknown tale of the exploits, change of allegiances, double crosses and inner workings of both al Qaeda terrorist groups and the Western intelligence agencies charged with stopping them. Storm's unlikely path puts him at the center of much of the al Qaeda activity and affiliated plots in Western Europe as well as in Somalia and Yemen since 9/11. Grounded in the necessary broader geopolitical context, "Agent Storm" is hard to put down.
Mitch Silber, former Director of Intelligence Analysis at the NYPD and author of "The Al Qaeda Factor"
"Gripping."
"Publishers Weekly"
Fascinating. . . . Accounts of My Time in al-Qaida are numerous enough for them to constitute a sub-genre, but there are no others in which the main protagonist has played such an extensive role for western security services, and, more crucially, is prepared to reveal so much. . . . A credible narrative that illuminates both violent Islamic extremism and the intelligence community s efforts to fight it.
"Guardian" (UK)
Remarkable. . . . Morten Storm is the living embodiment of the theory that it is the bad boys at school who make the best spies. . . . "Agent Storm" is an astonishing expose not only of the world of jihadi, but also the workings of those who secretly protect us.
"Telegraph" (UK)
Storm has been involved in many of the most critical terrorism cases since the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. This means if the revelations in his newly released memoir, "Agent Storm," are true, he is not only this decade s most intriguing informant: he could also be the most important.
"Toronto Star"
"[A] gripping story."
"Daily Mail" (UK)
Storm s memoir is manna from heaven for counterterrorism experts.
"Sunday Times" (UK)
[Storm s] allegations have proved explosive.
"Independent" (UK)
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One of the "Guardian" s Top Ten Books About Spies
Highly credible. . . . Both a rollicking read and a rare insider s account of Western spying in the age of al Qaeda, where the risk if exposed is not Cold War-style expulsion but gruesome execution. . . . A valuable window on both sides in a lethal underground war.
"New York Times Book Review"
This book reads like a screenplay for a James Bond movie written by Joel and Ethan Coen. . . . Anyone interested in the saga of terrorist fanatics will find "Agent Storm" compelling.
"Washington Post"
Morten Storm has done the Western world a great service. . . . And by the way, the CIA owes him 5 million dollars.
Brian Kilmeade, Fox News
An extraordinary story, well told and convincing.
"Foreign Affairs"
[A] gripping firsthand account . . . . Storm s work provides valuable and fascinating insight into the quiet battle being waged between clandestine national agencies and various terrorist organizations.
"Christian Science Monitor"
"Agent Storm" feels like a James Bond story or one of John Le Carre s marvelous spy-thrillers. Yet, the story written by CNN s Paul Cruickshank and Tim Lister is a true account. . . . First-rate.
War on the Rocks
Morten Storm s account of his nerve-wracking life spying on Al Qaeda for Western intelligence gives us the most detailed, compelling, and human look at modern espionage in the lethal world of jihadist terrorism that we are likely to get. This ground-level view of the shadowy struggle between these two clandestine groups is truly gripping.
Mark Stout, former CIA officer and Director, MA in Global Security Studies, Johns Hopkins University
Picture "Homeland" s Nicholas Brody getting jacked during his time as a POW and you ll get an idea of Morten Storm, the 6 1, red-haired Dane who went from unlikely jihadi to double agent. . . . Storm s tale of dodging drones and navigating alliances may read like a great espionage thriller (complete with a blonde honey trap), but his deeply personal struggle with extremism and atonement is the real story.
"Maxim"
"Agent Storm" is the remarkable memoir of a Danish convert-turned-extremist who managed not only to infiltrate al Qaeda s ranks but would later become one of West s most valued human intelligence assets in the war on terrorism. As a true spy-story, this book brings you incredibly close to what it actually takes to be an extremist and get into a terrorist group while balancing loyalty and treachery in the world of intelligence. Essential reading for everyone interested in how the war on terrorism is actually fought in the shadows.
Dr. Magnus Ranstorp, a leading expert on international terrorism and Research Director of the Centre for Asymmetric Threat Studies at the Swedish National Defence College
"Agent Storm" opens a unique window onto bleak interlocking landscapesthe radicalization of European Muslims that has now been energized by the Syrian civil war, the leadership and organization of global jihad, and the twilight struggle waged by western intelligence agencies against an elusive and implacable enemy.
Steven Simon, bestselling co-author of "The Age of Sacred Terror" and "The Next Attack"
In "Agent Storm," Morten Storm, Paul Cruickshank, and Tim Lister tell an astonishing and unknown tale of the exploits, change of allegiances, double crosses and inner workings of both al Qaeda terrorist groups and the Western intelligence agencies charged with stopping them. Storm's unlikely path puts him at the center of much of the al Qaeda activity and affiliated plots in Western Europe as well as in Somalia and Yemen since 9/11. Grounded in the necessary broader geopolitical context, "Agent Storm" is hard to put down.
Mitch Silber, former Director of Intelligence Analysis at the NYPD and author of "The Al Qaeda Factor"
"Gripping."
"Publishers Weekly"
Probably the best account of a modern-day secret agent. Morten Storm, a convert to Islam, vividly recounts his work for the CIA and British intelligence, against extremists in Europe and al-Qaeda in the Yemen.
"Guardian" ( Top Ten Books About Spies )
Remarkable. . . . Morten Storm is the living embodiment of the theory that it is the bad boys at school who make the best spies. . . . "Agent Storm" is an astonishing expose not only of the world of jihadi, but also the workings of those who secretly protect us.
"Telegraph" (UK)
Storm has been involved in many of the most critical terrorism cases since the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. This means if the revelations in his newly released memoir, "Agent Storm," are true, he is not only this decade s most intriguing informant: he could also be the most important.
"Toronto Star"
"[A] gripping story."
"Daily Mail" (UK)
Storm s memoir is manna from heaven for counterterrorism experts.
"Sunday Times" (UK)
[Storm s] allegations have proved explosive.
"Independent" (UK)"

A National Bestseller
One of the "Guardian" s Top Ten Books About Spies
Highly credible. . . . Both a rollicking read and a rare insider s account of Western spying in the age of al Qaeda, where the risk if exposed is not Cold War-style expulsion but gruesome execution. . . . A valuable window on both sides in a lethal underground war.
"New York Times Book Review"
This book reads like a screenplay for a James Bond movie written by Joel and Ethan Coen. . . . Anyone interested in the saga of terrorist fanatics will find "Agent Storm" compelling.
"Washington Post"
Morten Storm has done the Western world a great service. . . . And by the way, the CIA owes him 5 million dollars.
Brian Kilmeade, Fox News
An extraordinary story, well told and convincing.
"Foreign Affairs"
[A] gripping firsthand account . . . . Storm s work provides valuable and fascinating insight into the quiet battle being waged between clandestine national agencies and various terrorist organizations.
"Christian Science Monitor"
"Agent Storm" feels like a James Bond story or one of John Le Carre s marvelous spy-thrillers. Yet, the story written by CNN s Paul Cruickshank and Tim Lister is a true account. . . . First-rate.
War on the Rocks
Morten Storm s account of his nerve-wracking life spying on Al Qaeda for Western intelligence gives us the most detailed, compelling, and human look at modern espionage in the lethal world of jihadist terrorism that we are likely to get. This ground-level view of the shadowy struggle between these two clandestine groups is truly gripping.
Mark Stout, former CIA officer and Director, MA in Global Security Studies, Johns Hopkins University
Picture "Homeland" s Nicholas Brody getting jacked during his time as a POW and you ll get an idea of Morten Storm, the 6 1, red-haired Dane who went from unlikely jihadi to double agent. . . . Storm s tale of dodging drones and navigating alliances may read like a great espionage thriller (complete with a blonde honey trap), but his deeply personal struggle with extremism and atonement is the real story.
"Maxim"
"Agent Storm" is the remarkable memoir of a Danish convert-turned-extremist who managed not only to infiltrate al Qaeda s ranks but would later become one of West s most valued human intelligence assets in the war on terrorism. As a true spy-story, this book brings you incredibly close to what it actually takes to be an extremist and get into a terrorist group while balancing loyalty and treachery in the world of intelligence. Essential reading for everyone interested in how the war on terrorism is actually fought in the shadows.
Dr. Magnus Ranstorp, a leading expert on international terrorism and Research Director of the Centre for Asymmetric Threat Studies at the Swedish National Defence College
"Agent Storm" opens a unique window onto bleak interlocking landscapesthe radicalization of European Muslims that has now been energized by the Syrian civil war, the leadership and organization of global jihad, and the twilight struggle waged by western intelligence agencies against an elusive and implacable enemy.
Steven Simon, bestselling co-author of "The Age of Sacred Terror" and "The Next Attack"
In "Agent Storm," Morten Storm, Paul Cruickshank, and Tim Lister tell an astonishing and unknown tale of the exploits, change of allegiances, double crosses and inner workings of both al Qaeda terrorist groups and the Western intelligence agencies charged with stopping them. Storm's unlikely path puts him at the center of much of the al Qaeda activity and affiliated plots in Western Europe as well as in Somalia and Yemen since 9/11. Grounded in the necessary broader geopolitical context, "Agent Storm" is hard to put down.
Mitch Silber, former Director of Intelligence Analysis at the NYPD and author of "The Al Qaeda Factor"
"Gripping."
"Publishers Weekly"
Probably the best account of a modern-day secret agent. Morten Storm, a convert to Islam, vividly recounts his work for the CIA and British intelligence, against extremists in Europe and al-Qaeda in the Yemen.
"Guardian" ( Top Ten Books About Spies )
Remarkable. . . . Morten Storm is the living embodiment of the theory that it is the bad boys at school who make the best spies. . . . "Agent Storm" is an astonishing expose not only of the world of jihadi, but also the workings of those who secretly protect us.
"Telegraph" (UK)
Storm has been involved in many of the most critical terrorism cases since the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. This means if the revelations in his newly released memoir, "Agent Storm," are true, he is not only this decade s most intriguing informant: he could also be the most important.
"Toronto Star"
"[A] gripping story."
"Daily Mail" (UK)
Storm s memoir is manna from heaven for counterterrorism experts.
"Sunday Times" (UK)
[Storm s] allegations have proved explosive.
"Independent" (UK)"

About the Author

Morten Storm is a former radical Islamist born in Korsor, Denmark. After plunging deep inside the world of al Qaeda, he became a double agent employed by the American, British, and Danish intelligence agencies. He lives in an undisclosed location.
Paul Cruickshank is CNN's Terrorism Analyst, and the editor of "Al Qaeda," a five-volume collection of key scholarly works on the terrorist network.
Tim Lister has worked for CNN and the BBC and has extensive experience of the Middle East.

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  • Publisher: Penguin (3 July 2014)
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  • Language: English
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Interesting book and started very well. By the end I did feel a bit like the author was quite arrogant and wasn't quite sure how much of what he said could be trusted
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A fascinating book, and although the events described are quite astonishing it has the unmistakeable ring of truth, with all significant events backed by solid documentary evidence.

The fluent journalistic style of the writing makes for a gripping and tense read, and there's no doubt that you'll know a lot more about the dangers of terrorism both in the UK and abroad when you finish than you did when you started.

As a thriller writer myself I couldn't have invented most of what's in here - I wouldn't have had the nerve. I can't recommend it highly enough, just read it and I'm sure you'll agree.
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A real eye-opener of a book.It starkly illustrates how widespread Islamic fanaticism has become, it is not just a UK problem. It also indicates how open the world-wide borders are enabling radicalised individuals to move freely from one country to another. Political correctness has become the ally of the terrorist. The book left me with the overwhelming feeling that it is time for everyone, including religious and political leaders, to discuss the issue of Islamic terrorism in an open and honest manner.
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An amazing tale, relating how a Danish layabout and local gang member got interested in Islam at his local library and found his way to Yemen to join up with the local Al-Qaeda organisation; how he became a fully trusted member of the top commander's group, but backed out and finally flipped, to become a double agent for Danish intelligence. He continued as a trusted member of the Al-Qaeda in Yemen and secretly facilitated at least one drone strike that killed a key member of the group. In the end he backed right out of all that involvement when American intelligence wanted him to undertake a mission (to send information to allow the assassination of the leader) that would almost certainly have led to his death. If I have reservations about the book it is because so much is revealed about counter-intelligence methods. The work is apparently co-authored by a couple of English-speakers claiming to be in intelligence work. Very well written and just about adequately furnished with maps. Forgive me if I have any detail wrong; some weeks since I read it - and gave it to our County library service as I felt it was a work people should read. Don't expect it to throw any light on the new threat from IS, though! Al-Qaeda regard themelves as a cut above that!!
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Truly a real life spy thriller, Agent Storm should be compulsory reading for would-be jihadists and their detractors in Western intelligence and beyond alike. As the insurgency of Islamic fundamentalism takes hold in northern Iraq, Nigeria and on and on, Morten Storm's gripping memoir cautions against complacency that the West can crush its enemy without understanding it better. He's also a walking advertisement for the dangers of leaving disaffected young men on the dustheap without education, opportunities or supportive families. This white, red-headed Dane became so committed to jihad he managed to fool senior members of Al-Quada and Al-Shabaab for a decade that he was with them when he was working for PET, MI5/6 and the CIA. Western intelligence comes off as bruised as many of the fundamentalists (and was the CIA complicit in the radicalisation of Al-Awlaki by targeting him - an American citizen and academic - after 9/11?) though as Brits we can take some comfort that unlike the drinks, drugs and whore-motivated PET and the trigger-happy CIA, our security services are more incompetent than corrupt. This book is not to be missed.
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Fact stranger than fiction, This book gave an insight in to the emergence of a juvenile delinquent into a faithful Muslim into a Muslim terrorist and eventually into a spy for CIA. I could not put the book down. It is incredible but felt truthful. There were many "cliff hangers" and much detailed information. Highly recommended
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