Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Operation Barracuda

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Penguin, Nov 1, 2005 - Fiction - 336 pages
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As part of a top-secret initiative called Third Echelon, National Security Agency special operative Sam Fisher has been given license to spy, steal, destroy, and assassinate to protect America. And he does...
 

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Review: Operation Barracuda (Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell #2)

User Review  - James - Goodreads

fully reccomend for anyone who enjoys the Splinter Cell video game series. I finished this book within 5 days which was very quick for me so there must have been some kind of attraction. It certainly ... Read full review

Review: Operation Barracuda (Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell #2)

User Review  - Bob - Goodreads

Author David Michaels novel based on a Tom Clancy theme is a pulpish tale of spies, a rogue Chinese general, Chinese Tongs and US special ops agent Sam Fisher, equipped with advanced weapons and devices goes up against the lot. Quick read with plenty of over the top action. Read full review

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Tom Clancy was born in Baltimore, Maryland on April 12, 1947. He graduated with a degree in English from Loyola College in 1969, became an insurance agent, and in 1973 became the owner of an insurance agency. It was not until 1980 that he started writing novels. His works include Red Storm Rising, The Cardinal of the Kremlin, The Sum of All Fears, Rainbow Six, Dead or Alive, and Threat Vector. His books The Hunt for Red October, Patriot Games, and Clear and Present Danger were adapted into major motion pictures. He also wrote nonfiction books including Into the Storm: A Study in Command, Submarine, Armored Cav, Fighter Wing, Airborne, and Reality Check: What's Going on Out There? He died on October 2, 2013 at the age of 66. His last book, Command Authority, co-authored with Mark Greaney, was published posthumously in December 2013 and made the New York Times bestseller list.

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