Clear and Present Danger
The sudden and surprising assassination of three American officials in Colombia.
Many people in many places, moving off on missions they all mistakenly thought they understood.
The future was too fearful for contemplation, and beyond the expected finish lines were things that, once decided, were better left unseen.
Tom Clancy's new thriller is based on America's war on drugs . . . and the covert -- and shocking -- U. S. response.
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Review: Clear and Present Danger (Jack Ryan #5)User Review - Goodreads
The main issue with the Jack Ryan novels is that they got so stretched out over time that Clancy ended up having to rehash the same tropes countless times as the series got longer. Of course, each ... Read full review
Review: Clear and Present Danger (Jack Ryan #5)User Review - Morris Graham - Goodreads
The story starts in an election year, with the sitting president of the US realizing he needs to do something about the drug problem. The books starts off slowly, as often Clancy books do, laying the ... Read full review
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