New Tom Clancy Novel Against All Enemies For Sale Now

By Crime Mystery Books on June 14th, 2011

This new collaboration between Tom Clancy and Peter Telep brings back a lot of the style that made Tom Clancy novels so popular. After several books that have made his readers less than happy, it seems Clancy has again returned to the kind of writing and story that captured so many fans.

Against All Enemies BookcoverBuy Against All Enemies by Tom Clancy and Peter Telep

About Against All Enemies

Maxwell Moore is an ex-Navy SEAL and a CIA Middle East expert. His entire team is killed in a terrorist bombing in Pakistan. Max goes looking for the terrorist cell and discovers a conspiracy of drug wars and terrorist plotting at the US/Mexico border.

Tom Clancy is an established master of authentic detail, complex plots, and thrilling suspense. Peter Telep is a multi-genre author of nearly 40 novels.

Another giant of a book, Against All Enemies comes in at about 768 pages, so be prepared for a nice long read.

ISBN 978-0399157301; Putnam; Hardcover; June 14, 2011

My favorite Tom Clancy novel of all time is still The Hunt for Red October, a novel I read back in the late 80’s after finding it on the library bookshelf.

Against All Enemies is an introduction to a new hero, likely for a new series of books.

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