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  - Sean Wilson - Goodreads

At just over 800 pages, you'd think Tom Clancy books would take months to read. It's not the same as an 800 page Dostoyevsky book, as Tom Clancy writes thrillers compared to Dostoyevsky writing ... Read full review

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

User Review  - Marty Fried - Goodreads

I was hooked on Tom Clancy for many years. This book was so good that I didn't really notice Clancy's politics at all, unlike more recent books where it is hard to miss. There's no doubt that he was a ... 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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