Tom Clancy Support and Defend

Tom Clancy Support and Defend

by Mark Greaney
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Tom Clancy Support and Defend 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 49 reviews.
YankeeTony More than 1 year ago
Although Clancy is no longer with us, (that's a shame) this book is as good as all of his others, starting from Hunt for Red October, I will read any book out (when published) with Clancy's name connected to it) . Yankeetony
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I could not put this book down. Nice to have Dom featured in this book. I read the entire book in one day!!
Lucie More than 1 year ago
Outstanding! I didn't expect this, since Tom was gone. No one would ever guess he was not there for the whole book.
lovemynookef More than 1 year ago
All I can say is this book is great, it keeps you reading best book ever
OIFSARG1 More than 1 year ago
The Author, Mark Greaney, Did a excellant job of Emmulating Tom Clancy's page turning glued to your seat thrillers that Clancy was so well known for! Keep them Coming cant wait to read the next one.
mac66PA More than 1 year ago
Although not a true campus book, it nevertheless has a few of the characters used in peripheral ways. Maybe not as good as past campus adventures but it looks like Dom Caruso is the next big character if Greany continues to write in place of the late Tom Clancy. As one who has read all of Clancy's Ryan/Clark/Campus novels, this one is pretty good.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Verry good and hard to put down
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Anonymous 23 days ago
Fast paced, really holds your attention throughout!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really had a difficult time getting through this novel. I have read all Tom Clancy fiction novels and this one just didn't keep my attention. Hope the next one is better. I look forward to a visit with Jack Ryan and associates.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good storyline but editor missed a lot of errors.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Tom Clancy died in oct 2013 He did not write this book
TrojanSkyCop More than 1 year ago
An enjoyable and action-packed installment in the Campus series, this time focusing on Dominic Caruso as opposed to Jack Ryan, Jr. (who doesn't even appear in the novel, while POTUS Jack Sr. is only referenced in passing). Dom, still recovering emotionally from the loss of his brother Brian, is dealt another emotional blow when his friend, former Israeli Defense Forces Col. Arik Yacoby, is murdered along with his (Yacoby's, that is) family thanks to an information leak by disgruntled NSC staffer Ethan Ross (who seems to be at least partially modeled on Eric Snowden, except AFAIK Snowden is not a snooty Ivy League liberal blueblood). To make matters more complicated, Ross becomes the unwitting pawn, through equally unwitting do-gooder media watchdog whistle-blowers, of an officer in the Iranian Revolutionary Guards masquerading as a sympathetic "hacktivist." Fun, fast-paced, and engrossing, though Caruso's lone wolf missions comes across as a tad Rambo-esque and therefore a tad implausible (okay, he has some assistance from both the Mossad and Adara Sherman--and it's cool to see the latter get directly involved in the action), and Mark Greaney screws up his military semantics when he refers to a U.S. Army 1st Lieutenant as having a "First Officer" (a naval term for a second-in-command, mind you) when the correct term in "1st Sergeant." Still a worthwhile read, though, especially with the character development of both Dom and Adara.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not in the mode of the early Clancy techno-thriller, and few of Clancy's established characters make appearances. Still a decent read.
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Pretty good read, glad Clancys work lives on
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Hi, Tom?
johnwillie More than 1 year ago
this a outstanding book and exciting reading
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