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A missing Chinese scientist, unexplained noises emanating from under the Arctic ice, and a possible mole in American intelligence are just some of the problems that plague President Jack Ryan in the latest entry in Tom Clancy's number-one New York Times best-selling series.

Aboard an icebreaker in the Arctic Ocean, a sonar operator hears an unusual noise coming from the ocean floor. She can't isolate it and chalks the event up to an anomaly in a newly installed system. Meanwhile, operatives with the Chinese Ministry of State Security are dealing with their own mystery - the disappearance of brilliant but eccentric scientist, Liu Wangshu. They're desperate to keep his crucial knowledge of aerospace and naval technology out of their rivals' hands. 

Finding Liu is too great an opportunity for any intelligence service to pass up, but there's one more problem. A high-level Chinese mole, codenamed Surveyor, has managed to infiltrate American intelligence. President Jack Ryan has only one choice: Send John Clark and his Campus team deep into China to find an old graduate student of the professor's who may hold the key to his whereabouts. It's a dangerous gamble, but with John Clark holding the cards, Jack Ryan is all in.

©2020 Marc Cameron (P)2020 Random House Audio

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  • Travis S. Wison
  • 2020-11-19

Clancy/ Cameron never fail to deliver the goods!

Awesome, as usual! I would even go so far as to say this is one of the best stories yet!

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  • Bart
  • 2020-11-21

Same Old

I have been a Clancy fan since Red October. Since the death of Clancy, the novels haven't been the same.

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  • Mr Dangerous
  • 2020-11-19

Solid Jack Ryan...

Good political subject without being overly political - China has concentration camps, just like America. Cameron is not as good as Greaney, but a worthy read. The overall story was solid, not great. Though it really lacked Ryan and Ryan Jr. Good read by Brick.

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  • Jjacobson
  • 2020-11-21

Good book. A little light

I enjoyed the book. I can only say that I feel it was a little light on the depth. Another thing is that it’s a Jack Ryan novel even though he only has about 10 min of spotlight, more like a John Clark novel! Anyways a Clancy book is always awesome and I can’t wait till the next one. Sorry if I sound negative I just always expect so much from these books. Enjoy!

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  • Aspen
  • 2020-11-21

Fabulous Book

Having read all of Tom Clancy's books, multiple times, Marc Cameron brings something new. His characters seem more approachable. He continues with the wonderful descriptive military information, but I'm loving how he is allowing the characters to move along. I hope to see more of Dr. Moon in other stories; she is a riot, but so smart! It's the little things like Cathy in a sweatshirt when Jack and Lisanne come to dinner (it's time for President Jack to have grandchildren). JP on discovering "the family business, and Gavin is always just the perfect tech guy. Thanks for this book and please post when the next will come our way! p.s. Scott Brick was brilliant as per usual.