On November 19th, President Jack Ryan is set to return in Tom Clancy Code of Honor, the latest novel from New York Times bestselling author Marc Cameron.
Cameron, who just released Open Carry, the first book in a new series staring U.S. Marshall Arliss Cutter, is also rumored to have a new Jerhico Quinn book coming out sometime this year, probably in the Fall. Code of Honor will be his third contribution to Tom Clancy’s iconic franchise—following Power and Empire (2017) and last year’s Oath of Office—since replacing Mark Greaney a few years ago. Check out the cover art and plot details below.
As President of the United States, Jack Ryan has faced many challenges, but none have been as personal as this and never has he been this helpless in the face of evil in the latest entry in Tom Clancy’s #1 New York Times bestselling series.
Father Pat West, S.J. was a buddy of the young Jack Ryan when they were both undergraduates at Loyola University. Father West left a comfortable job in the philosophy department at Georgetown to work with the poor in Indonesia. Now he’s been arrested and accused of blasphemy against Islam.
President Ryan is desperate to rescue his old friend, but he can’t move officially against the Indonesians. Instead he relies on the Campus team to find out who is framing the priest.
There’s one other twist to the story. President Ryan discovers a voicemail on his private cell phone from the priest warning about a coming attack against America . . .
A native of Texas, Marc Cameron spent twenty-nine years in law enforcement. He served as a uniformed police officer, mounted (horse patrol) officer, SWAT officer, and a U.S. Marshal. Cameron is conversant in Japanese, and travels extensively researching his New York Times-bestselling Jericho Quinn novels. Cameron’s books have been nominated for both the Barry Award and the Thriller Award.
Fans of Clancy’s Ryanverse can check out Mike Maden’s Tom Clancy Enemy Contact, which is set to come out on June 11, 2019, to hold them over until Cameron’s next book drops in November.
Praised as “one of today’s finest book reviewers” by New York Times bestselling author Gayle Lynds, Ryan Steck (“The Godfather of the thriller genre” — Ben Coes) has “quickly established himself as the authority on mysteries and thrillers” (Author A.J. Tata). Steck also works full-time as a freelance editor and pens a monthly thriller column for CrimeReads. For more information, be sure to follow him on Twitter and Facebook. He currently lives in Southwest Michigan with his wife and their six children.