Against All Enemies - Tom Clancy Reviews
Description:ISBN 241957168 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Tom Clancy / Paperback / 768 Pages / Book is published 2012-02-02 by Penguin
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For years, ex - Navy SEAL Maxwell Moore has worked across the Mid ...
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by - written on 30/05/13 (Very useful, 91 readings)
What happens when you get Muslim terrorists and add them to Mexican drug cartels? According to Tom Clancy, the result is Against All Enemies. Obviously you will also need some good guys to defeat the bad guys, so enter a new character, Max Moore. An ex-SEAL, CIA field officer. This is a standalone book that begins introducing Moore on a mission to transfer a terrorist come informant between India and Pakistan. As is often the case to bring intrigue, the mission ultimately fails and we see some of Moore's skills come to light in trying to save his team. Moore is then drafted to work in Mexico as part of a multi agency group trying to bring down the largest drug ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/12/12, updated on 10/12/12 (Very useful, 47 readings)
Writer(s) - Tom Clancy/Peter Telep Genre - Thriller Pages - 755 Amazon Price - £5.08 (kindle £4.99) It's amazing how Syria is ticking every box Iraq did back in 2003 to earn their obliteration from America and the west yet the UN take no action to help the Syrian people under the barrage? A British base is certainly within 45 minutes range of Syria (ironically one that we built in Iraq) and Assad is certainly a dictator killing his own people and well documented that he has the most WMD in the region. But they have no oil or strategic interest to the west and so we let the slaughter continue, shamefully looking away as if it was just ... Read the complete review
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