Clear and Present Danger

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Tom Clancy’s favorite Jack Ryan has been at war with everyone who thinks in an evil way against his state and its people. By putting his life on the line the man has served the nation without any doubt. Whether it was on the enemy’s ground or underwater in a submarine, Jack has not stepped down from a competition and serving the nation has been more precious for him than his life and family.

The FBI has been fighting crime all over the world and has been succeeding so far, the missions are accurate and the targets are achieved. None of the terrorists or the sinister lords in the world has ever reached the FBI officials but this time the fire comes nearer than expected. The one heading the FBI operations is assassinated and everyone knows why and by whom.

The drug lord in Colombia does not like any interference from the FBI and the assassination is a clear cut message for the department. Ryan has to find the man and a lesson should be taught otherwise the nation cannot put its head up high again.

One thing can be said for sure i.e someone from within the department is providing the enemy the details it needs to pull the trigger. It’s a bigger mission than Red Rabbit and The Hunt for Red October because the enemy is hidden and there are conspiracies going on in the state and in the departments.

Michael Prichard improves to accuracy and the perfection is achieved more than ninety percent here. The errors were there in Michael’s narration and some complaints were raised by the fans but here it is resolved.



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