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The thrilling next instalment in Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan Jr. series

Jack Ryan Jr is on a simple job. An all-expenses paid trip to Israel in exchange for a of couple hours easy work, reporting back to an old friend at the CIA. What could be easier? 

Jack is here merely as an observer, but as he settles into his work in the market, he sees the glint of a knife, and throws himself in front of a woman and her young son under attack. 

Cover blown, he finds himself the target of trained killers. Alone and outgunned, Jack will have to use all his skills to protect the life of the child. 

©2021 Don Bentley (P)2021 Penguin Audio

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Not Tom Clancy but learning to try & get there.

The story a little disjointed but is fast paced. Any Jack or Jr. Ryan novel keeps your ears listening.
Worth trying but not the original Campus stories.

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  • Peter Tersteeg
  • 13-07-21

These stories are getting ridiculous

The near superhuman climax reads more like Matthew Riely than Tom Clancy. I wish they'd go back to the epic plots that ended with Clancy. The ghost written stories are getting more ridiculous with each itteration. Still enjoyable, but not what it once was.