The Cardinal of the Kremlin

The Cardinal of the Kremlin

by Tom Clancy
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The Cardinal of the Kremlin 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 144 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'm no Tom clancy fan, but C of the K left me wanting more. I find it is his best book ever (Red October was fine, but...). All that follwed only went downhill. I've stopped reading TC at Honor. But this is the one that should be a movie. Hey, i'm willing to direct, if that's it.
Dotdotdave2 More than 1 year ago
A very intense and detailed account of what a "mole's" life must be like. The attention to even the smallest details is remarkable.
Barney Landrum More than 1 year ago
One of the best spy novels ever written.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The cardinal in the Kremlin is a real person in this story who transends limited focus on who gets his personal approval. The story is about the cardinal and all who are affected by his survival and his deeds. The coverage is not limited to people in the Kremlin, but also Afganistan, USA and the oceans. There are many areas of interest including the submarine Dallas (from the Hunt for Red October) to New Mexico. Tom Clancy successfully ties all these locations with mesmerizing stories and believable people. I have read Hunt and Cardinal books more than 5 times each and enjoy each reading as I find new connections to what I already remember from each story. Tom Clancy has the "golden" touch here in writing these stories. Jack Ryan although present is not a major factor in Cardinal. The link to Cardinal is thin at best. The Dallas has a stronger place here than Jack.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Another great book by Tom Clancy as we get to see the Foleys and Ryan in action in 'Mother Russia' as they use a high level military mind to poach some needed information from the upper reaches of the government.
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Another great book. The only problem is the length, should be longer and as an e-book, cheaper. I've read all of Jack Coughlins books and they just get better.
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A great book. Clancy knocks it out of the park.
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Vivian_Metzger More than 1 year ago
This was a slow start, as far as Clancy books go. It was great in its usual fare, with good action, and great attention paid to spies and dirty politics. Not his best, but still a great Jack Ryan read!
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Just a great spy novel from the days of the cold war
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is an aamazing book. The last two chapters were particulary exciting. I would highly recommend this book to any fan of thrillers. Tom Clancy is awesome!
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