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Clear and Present Danger Tom Clancy, The All Time Master Of The Techno Thriller, Is Back With His Newest, Most Controversial Bestseller Its Theme America S War On Drugs Its Subject The Assassination Of Three American Officials In Columbia And The Covert And Shocking US Response Its Title CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER

About the Author: Tom Clancy

Tom Clancy was an English major at Balti s Loyola College As a Maryland insurance broker with a passion for naval history, his dream of writing a novel came true with his first effort, The Hunt for Red October 1984 He since wrote than a dozen novels, which have a blend of realism and authenticity, intricate plotting, and razor sharp suspense Ten of the novels, including The Teeth of

10 thoughts on “Clear and Present Danger

  1. says:

    Clear and Present Danger Jack Ryan 5 , Tom ClancyClear and Present Danger is a political thriller novel, written by Tom Clancy and published on August 17, 1989 A sequel to The Cardinal of the Kremlin 1988 , main character Jack Ryan becomes acting Deputy Director of Intelligence in the Central Intelligence Agency, and discovers that he is being kept in the dark by his colleagues who are conducting a covert war against a drug c

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    There was a clear and present danger that I wasn t going to finish this.I don t watch soap operas I used to I d get home and General Hospital would be on Mom was heavily invested in the Luke Laura saga, so I got stuck with it Consequently I know a soap opera when I see one and Clear and Present Danger is a soap opera How so It jumps from character to character, from scene to scene Some of it s nearly as melodramatic as a

  3. says:

    Just re watched the movie last night, and I thought about the book While Han Solo did pull off quite a few of Clancy s movies with great flair back in the early 90s, Clear and Present Danger notwithstanding, the book is still better Mostly because it portrays Clark and Chavez in a profound, emotional light than they are shown onscreen As a techno thriller, it s relatively low on materiel details, but the action is still solid It

  4. says:

    Good book about clandestine operations and some also good details about South American intrigue Clancy also does a good job describing action scenes and putting together plausible, while still entertaining scenarios Compared to the book, the movie was stupid Well researched.

  5. says:

    A Jack Ryan in which we see quite little of Jack Ryan It s about the US war on Colombian drugs and it s quite long And honestly, that s about all I can remember about this particular one Because this was one that I did not re read and I m guessing that also says something As a recommendation to anyone who hasn t and wants to experience the Jack Ryan series, I d say stop at book 8 For the non completist I would say read The Hunt for R

  6. says:

    4.0 to 4.5 stars Excellent Tom Clancy novel in which Jack Ryan and the Mr Clark take on the Columbian drug cartels This was a terrific read from beginning to end and confirmed by opinion of Tom Clancy as a master of the political thriller.

  7. says:

    MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ME I FINISHED IT.Next time, someone tell me to just watch the movie For the Pop Sugar Challenge, this was a book you started but never finished

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    I read this book after I saw the movie with Harrison Ford.The President of the United States finds himself between a rock and a hard place A prominent businessman and his family connected to him have been found murdered Turns out they are victims of the drug cartels With things getting out of hand, he wants something done, but politics and red tape prevent him from doing so With the help of his security advisor, they devise a plan of using

  9. says:

    This is the last Tom Clancy novel I absolutely loved With this one, I felt like he was at peak performance, generating a focused, plausible storyline that could stand on its own, rather than just being an installment in an increasingly outlandish saga Clear and Present Danger is a grand techno thriller, and a fine outing for Jack Ryan, Clancy s all American CIA analyst turned reluctant field operative The story is lengthy, but moves a

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    Well, like 4 1 2 stars but I m being generous because this is my favorite of Tom Clancy s novels I m not a big fan of Dad Fiction in general but it s hard to deny the influence of the father of technothrillers in the modern day He s a guy who also was a master of marketing and created, directly or indirectly, some of my favorite franchises like Rainbow Six, Ghost Recon, and Splinter Cell Mind you, his contributions were mostly an ethos but th

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