Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Choke Point

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Berkley Publishing Group, 2012 - Fiction - 416 pages
16 Reviews
The U.S. Army's Special Forces are known for their highly specialized training and courage behind enemy lines. But there's a group that's even more stealthy and deadly. It's composed of the most feared operators on the face of the earth--the soldiers of Ghost Recon.

When the American ambassador to Colombia is kidnapped, the Ghost Recon team battles its way through rebels to rescue the man. But during the operation, they discover evidence of a new Islamic fundamentalist group that is being backed by South American drug cartels and rebel groups.

The Ghosts follow a trail that leads them to uncover the group's true purpose: to control the choke points in the Indian Ocean and stop the flow of oil. This would mean billions to the South Americans, and cause economic chaos all over the world.

But as the team chases down their quarry, they soon realize that their true foes have yet to reveal themselves...

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Review: Choke Point (Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon #3)

User Review  - Waltham - Goodreads

*yawn* "An original novel based on the multi-million bestselling game from Ubisoft." What was I thinking when I bought this? No believable plot besides 'level 1 finished, loading level 2'. Read full review

Review: Choke Point (Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon #3)

User Review  - Mark Kloha - Goodreads

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon series was not my favorite Tom Clancy series. I would only recommend this book and series if you really love Tom Clancy books and/or the Ghost Recon computer games. I haven't ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

Peter Telep earned his B.A. and M.A. from the University of Central Florida, where he now teaches English. Mr. Telep is a recipient of the prestigious John Steinbeck Award for fiction and has written a number of science fiction and fantasy novels, including Descent (based on the popular computer game), the Squire Trilogy, and the Space: Above and Beyond books.

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