Marketing and packaging must matter. Book Review No. 6 is Tom Clancy Support and Defend. It's entirely the work of Clancy protege Mark Greaney, although, as it uses the cast of quasi-official Campus intelligence operatives, the marketing dodge isn't unreasonable. I bought the book in Rockland and had it finished that evening. Think of the story as a morality play: conscience-cowboys who leak classified material get Good People killed, and self-despising left-pacifist third-world-o-philia is a personality weakness too readily exploited by the bad guys. The action ... it's a strange world in which Russian special forces can get the jump on everyone else, and the Campus crew seems to have lost its mojo. And with John Clark in retirement, there's nobody around to deal with the leakers properly.
(Cross-posted to 50 Book Challenge.)