By Tom Clancy
Known as out of retirement to function nationwide protection consultant to the president, Jack Ryan, with the aid of CIA officials John Clark and Domingo Chavez, needs to arrange the untested president to satisfy the demanding situations of a brand new international order. 1,500,000 first printing.
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The "lights" worked like a charm. It took only about three seconds before both CIA officers could turn them off and go to work securing the men's hands. " the CIA field officer asked Corp as the roar of rotary-wing aircraft became audible fifteen minutes later. By this time all twelve of Corp's security people were facedown in the dust, their hands bound behind them with the sort of plastic ties policemen use when they run out of cuffs. All the General could do was moan and writhe on the ground in pain.
It was hot and empty, neither of which came as much of a surprise, and was located twenty miles from the mountain they would be talking about, briefly. There was a crossroads here, two tracks of beaten dirt, one mainly north-south, the other mainly east-west, both of which somehow remained visible despite the blowing sand and grit that ought to have covered up all traces of human presence. Clark didn't understand it. The years-long drought couldn't have helped, but even with occasional rain he had to wonder how the hell anyone had lived here.
The last time we talked here, you were kicking me loose," Jack said next, to get a quick read on the situation. " Uh-oh. Ryan went instantly on guard, but the handshake pulled him through the door anyway. The Secret Service agents on post had a pass all ready for him, and things went smoothly until he set off the metal detector. Ryan handed over his hotel room key and tried again, hearing yet another ping. The only other metal on his body except for his watch turned out to be his divot tool. '" van Damm asked with a chuckle that matched he expression of the nearest agent.
Debt of Honor (Jack Ryan, Book 7) by Tom Clancy