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Commander-in-Chief A floating natural gas facility in Lithuania is blown up A Venezuelan prosecutor is assassinated A devastating attack on a Russian troop train kills dozens A chaotic world is the best camouflage for a series of seemingly unrelated attacks Only one man recognizes an ominous pattern in the reports of terror from around the globe US President Jack Ryan sees a guiding hand in the worldwide chaosFaced with collapsing energy prices the Russian economy depends on expansion abroad But it s a strategy that has been, in the past, thwarted by the United States And so now it seems the Russian Leader, fearful of losing his grip on power, is pursuing his ambitions indirectlyWhile Jack Ryan s intelligence agencies race to uncover the truth behind the attacks, the President struggles to unite a fractious and distrustful coalition of Western nations against the schemes of the Russian dictatorWith five thousand Russian troops poised to invade a NATO nation, can Jack Ryan move swiftly enough to stop Volodin s grand plan of global conflict and conquest Or will he succeed in changing the balance of world power forever

10 thoughts on “Commander-in-Chief

  1. Judy Judy says:

    First, this is an excellent, fast paced book with lots of close calls for the characters The story lines include a lot of political intrigue I really enjoyed reading this book and gave it 5 stars for how well written it was and the enjoyment factor BUT, if you are a Tom Clancy fan and haven t read any of therecent collaborative ghost written versions, I do have some caveats.I ve been reading Tom

  2. Nick Brett Nick Brett says:

    Once again, Mark Greaney covers the name of Tom Clancy, and nice to see Mr Greaney s name given prominence on the cover.You often see thrillers with ripped from today s headlines as an inaccurate cover blurb, but they could have used it for this one very easily So close to what is currently going on with Russia it is scary at times.The Russian President has a country suffering from lowering oil reve

  3. Sir Sir says:

    Mark Greaney is the perfect choice to continue Tom Clancy s Jack Ryan stories This book continues the storylines from the last couple of books no spoilers.

  4. Tim Tim says:

    Easily the best of the last half dozen or so, Universe, stories 8 of 10 stars

  5. Bob Bob says:

    Not bad Some great scenes, and some cool ideas, but too much fluff and too much action crammed into the final chapters.

  6. Cindy Cindy says:

    Denouement What denouement I was enjoying this book Greaney is no Clancy, but the story was interesting a megalomaniac running Russia, trying to reassert dominance the old Soviet states, oil and money, NATO wishy washy decision making, and a cast of familiar and favorite characters I wanted to take out my red pen many times Greaney just uses too many words , but I was along for the ride, and happily so.Until the en

  7. Mike French Mike French says:

    Great thriller Tom Clancy would be proud of this book.

  8. Patrick Patrick says:

    With five thousand Russian troops poised to invade a NATO country, can Jack Ryan move swiftly enough to stop Volodin s grand plan of global conflict and conquest Or will he succeed in changing the balance of world power for ever.

  9. Greg Rumpel Greg Rumpel says:

    Mark Greaney nails this one, enjoyed the storyline and characters He held true to Clancy with this novel.Excellent

  10. Gerald Gerald says:

    This latest offering in the Tom Clancy Jack Ryan series from Mark Greany is really good The Russians have declared the independence of the Baltic countries to be null and void US President Jack Ryan Sr has his hands full trying to restore the peace after the Russians attack Lithuania Jack Ryan Jr and his fellow Campus operatives are in the thick of the action also Greany is masterful in painting his protagonists into the darkest c

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