Clear and present danger

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Thorndike-Magna, 1990 - Fiction - 1140 pages
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The assassinations of the U.S. ambassador and the visiting head of the F.B.I. by Colombian drug lords trigger a mysterious covert response and an investigation of U.S. and Colombian actions by Jack Ryan

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Review: Clear and Present Danger (Jack Ryan #5)

User Review  - Adam Light - Goodreads

I love this book. It was full of Clancy's trademark political and military knowledge. He certainly researched his books very well. I rated 4 stars because it was so steeped in tech language and jargon ... Read full review

Review: Clear and Present Danger (Jack Ryan #5)

User Review  - Brian Eshleman - Goodreads

Clancy is at his best in the relatable reactions of his hero and the namesake of the series. He also slips in incisive commentary on how systems tend to work in his fictional pages and outside of them ... Read full review

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Tom Clancy is the author of The Hunt for Red October and Clear and Present Danger, among several other bestselling novels. His has also written many works of nonfiction about the U.S. military. He is a co-creator of the Op-Center, Power Plays, and Net Force series. He lives in Maryland.

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