By Tom Clancy
Lengthy ahead of he used to be President or head of the CIA, earlier than he fought terrorist assaults at the large Bowl or the White condominium, even earlier than a submarine named purple October made its perilous manner around the Atlantic, Jack Ryan was once an historian, instructor, and up to date ex-Marine briefly residing in England whereas studying a publication. a chain of lethal encounters with an IRA splinter crew had introduced him to the eye of the CIA's Deputy Director, Vice Admiral James Greer—as good as his counterpart with the British SIS, Sir Basil Charleston—and while Greer requested him if he desired to come aboard as a contract analyst, Jack used to be fast to simply accept. the chance was once impossible to resist, and he used to be certain he may perhaps healthy it in with the remainder of his work.
And then Jack forgot all concerning the remainder of his paintings, simply because one in every of his first assignments was once to assist debrief a high-level Soviet defector, and the defector informed an grand story: best Soviet officers, together with Yuri Andropov, have been making plans to assassinate the Pope, John Paul II.
Could or not it's actual? because the days and weeks pass by way of, Ryan needs to conflict, first to aim to verify the plot, after which to avoid it, yet this can be a courageous new international, and not anything he has performed during the past has ready him for the deadly online game of cat-and-mouse that's the Soviet Union as opposed to the U.S.. in spite of everything, it will likely be not only the Pope's lifestyles however the balance of the Western global that's at stake. . . and it can already be too past due for a beginner CIA analyst to do whatever approximately it.
"Clancy creates not just compelling characters yet frighteningly topical occasions and heart-stopping action," wrote The Washington Post approximately The endure and the Dragon. "Among the handful of superstars, Clancy nonetheless reigns, and he's not prone to be dethroned any time soon." those phrases have been by no means more true than in regards to the awesome pages of his breathtaking new novel. this can be Clancy at his best—and there's none better.
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