Debt of Honor

Debt of Honor

Book - 1995
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Jack Ryan, the new U.S. President's National Security Advisor, deals with a shocking chain of events in which the wages of peace are as fully complex and devastating as those of war.
Publisher: New York, NY : Berkley Books, 1995, c1994.
Edition: Berkley mass-market ed.
ISBN: 9780425147580
Branch Call Number: FIC Clanc
Characteristics: 990 p. ; 18 cm.

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BookReviewer2015 Nov 09, 2014

Clancy really stepped up the suspense in this one!

So many action packed events that tangle the most complicated weave of economics, politics, spying, and military hardware!

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pollyvirgil
Oct 28, 2014

I am 13 and this is my second favorite book, only behind rainbow six. It is easy to understand, and has a good plot that will make it nearly impossible to put the book down. A perfect read, I highly reccomend it.

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rahmmie
Aug 01, 2011

I liked the ending most of all, great twist at the end to top up a great book

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Keogh
Apr 13, 2011

A novel that often wanders, with a difficult subject to get interested in (an economic attack, wow, that'll keep us awake). Clancy gives in to his tendency to go on and on about technology quite a lot, but the finishing chapters of the book really impress.

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