The bear and the dragon

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Berkley Books, May 1, 2001 - International relations - 1137 pages
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In the wake of an assassination attempt on the SVR (former KGB) chairman, newly elected U.S. president Jack Ryan puts black ops specialist John Clark on the alert, only to have things complicated by dangerous forces in China.

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Great insight into oriental mind - Goodreads
Another military action page turner. - Goodreads
Wonderful plot with twists and turns. - Goodreads
Pace of this global story was staggering. - Goodreads
I continue to enjoy Clancy's stories and writing style. - Goodreads
Kinda American wet dream-ish with the ending. - Goodreads

Review: The Bear and the Dragon (John Clark #3)

User Review  - Ayelet - Goodreads

This is the last of Clancy's books that I find worth re-reading. I still like it but the descriptive sections drag out too long. I think he was trying too hard to repeat the success of previous books. Read full review

Review: The Bear and the Dragon (John Clark #3)

User Review  - Tsvetomir - Goodreads

The book is quite big, but I think it's worth reading. You may find it a bit slow till the first half, but it's not all about the action. I think with this book you can see the day to day life of the ... Read full review

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