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Tom Clancy's Under Fire

Grant Blackwood (Author)

INSPIRATION FOR THE THRILLING AMAZON PRIME SERIES JACK RYAN . . .

Tom Clancy's Under Fire is the latest breakneck Jack Ryan Jr. adventure novel from one of Clancy's most successful collaborators: Grant Blackwood.

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Campus operative Jack Ryan Jr is in Tehran, when he meets an old friend, Seth.

As they part, Seth passes Jack a key, gives him a cryptic message - and vanishes.

Now MI6 and the CIA are after Jack. They're desperate to find Seth. Jack tells them he knows nothing - but perhaps he knows enough to find his friend on his own . . .

In a dangerous foreign country, chased by agents from all sides, unsure who - if anyone - he can trust, Jack has few clues and no space for mistakes.

He's risking everything for Seth. But whose side is his old friend on?

And what if it's not Jack's?

The Teeth of the Tiger

Tom Clancy (Author)

INSPIRATION FOR THE THRILLING AMAZON PRIME SERIES JACK RYAN . . .

The Teeth of the Tiger is the first Jack Ryan Jr novel by Tom Clancy.

Just before Jack Ryan stepped down as US President, he created a secret organisation designed to operate in areas where the CIA and FBI couldn't go - able to use any and all means to neutralise terrorists who threatened America. Now his son, Jack Ryan, Jr, is part of that organisation and he's on the front line when a group of Islamic terrorists backed up by Colombian drug smuggles strike at the heart of American society. With no conventional way to hit back at the shadowy ringleaders, it's left to Jack Ryan Jr to take on the terrorists the only way he knows how . . .

Internationally bestselling author Tom Clancy first introduced Jack Ryan Jr in The Teeth of the Tiger, returning to his story in Dead or Alive and Locked On. Threat Vector, the fourth thriller in the gripping series, will be available from Penguin in December 2012.

Praise for Tom Clancy:
'Incredibly addictive . . . 400 tightly woven, adrenalin-fuelled pages' Daily Mail
'Truly riveting, a dazzling read' Sunday Express
'Heart-stopping action . . . entertaining and eminently topical' Washington Post
'Classic Clancy . . . well-constructed tension and realistic action' Short List

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