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Clear and present danger : Jack Ryan : Book 4 /

The assassinations of U.S. ambassador and the visiting head of the F.B.I. by Colombian drug lords trigger a mysterious covert response and an investigation of U.S. and Colombian actions by Jack Ryan.

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  • "At the end of the prologue to Clear and Present Danger, Clancy writes, "And so began something that had not quite begun and would not soon end, with many people in many places moving off in directions and on missions which they all mistakenly thought they understood. That was just as well. The future was too fearful for contemplation, and beyond the expected, illusory finish lines were things fated by the decisions made this morning--and, once decided, best unseen." In Clear and Present Danger nothing is as clear as it may seem. The president, unsatisfied with the success of his "war on drugs," decides that he wants some immediate success. But after John Clark's covert strike team is deployed to Colombia for Operation Showboat, the drug lords strike back taking several civilian casualties. The chief executive's polls plummet. He orders Ritter to terminate their unofficial plan and leave no traces. Jack Ryan, who has just been named CIA deputy director of intelligence is enraged when he discovers that has been left out of the loop of Colombian operations. Several of America's most highly trained soldiers are stranded in an unfinished mission that, according to all records, never existed. Ryan decides to get the men out."
  • ""A rousing performance ... a crackling good yarn" - The Washington Post. Colombian drug lords, tired of being harassed by US law enforcement agents, have assassinated the American Ambassador and the head of the FBI. Their message is clear: leave us alone. But they have pushed too far. Undercover teams are sent into Colombia. Back in the USA, men armed with sophisticated weapons prepare to take the fight to the enemy. But who is the real enemy?"
  • "The assassinations of the U.S. ambassador and the visiting head of the F.B.I. by Colombian drug lords trigger a mysterious covert response and an investigation of U.S. and Colombian actions by Jack Ryan."
  • "The assassinations of U.S. ambassador and the visiting head of the F.B.I. by Colombian drug lords trigger a mysterious covert response and an investigation of U.S. and Colombian actions by Jack Ryan."
  • "The assassinations of U.S. ambassador and the visiting head of the F.B.I. by Colombian drug lords trigger a mysterious covert response and an investigation of U.S. and Colombian actions by Jack Ryan."@en
  • "Jack Ryan is called in as part of an undercover team to investigate the drug scene in Columbia."

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  • "Thriller"
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  • "Mystery fiction."@en
  • "Spy stories"@en
  • "International intrigue"@en
  • "Suspense fiction."
  • "Suspense fiction"
  • "American fiction"
  • "Spy stories."
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  • "Powieść szpiegowska amerykańska"
  • "Fiction."
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  • "Fiction"
  • "Fiction."@en
  • "Electronic books."@en
  • "Electronic books."
  • "Novel·les."

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