History Literature / LockedOn

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* AmericaSavesTheDay: Russia and Pakistan both get saved by America this time around.
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* VillainousBreakdown: The Emir suffers one [[spoiler: when he's dragged from Federal Prison to Guantanamo Bay.]]
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* CorruptCorporateExecutive: Paul Laska thinks he's the BigGood but does some truly despicable acts.



* HorribleJudgeOfCharacter: Judith Cochrane not only believes the Emir (again, an EXPY of Osama Bin Ladin), is a decent man at heart but he's also attracted to her. He is neither of these things.

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* HorribleJudgeOfCharacter: Judith Cochrane not only believes the Emir (again, an EXPY of Osama Bin Ladin), is a decent man at heart but he's also attracted to her. [[CaptainObvious He is neither of these things.]]


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* MoralMyopia: Judith Cochrane and Paul Laska suffer a severe case of this.


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* SpyFiction: The Campus pretends to be of the Stale Beer variety but is entirely a Martini flavored fantasy.
* StrawHypocrite: Paul Laska and Judith Cochrane are huge liberals but see no problem breaking the law to work against Jack Ryan--even if it aids terrorists.
14th Sep '15 4:15:15 AM CharlesPhipps
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[[caption-width-right:329: The Campus is at work.]]
14th Sep '15 12:38:42 AM CharlesPhipps
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* TheCalvary: The FSB, of all people, [[spoiler: sorts out John Clark's imprisonment, torture, and pursuit by the law.]] All he has to do is help prevent them from being nuked.

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* TheCalvary: TheCavalry: The FSB, of all people, [[spoiler: sorts out John Clark's imprisonment, torture, and pursuit by the law.]] All he has to do is help prevent them from being nuked.
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* TheCalvary: The FSB, of all people, [[spoiler: sorts out John Clark's imprisonment, torture, and pursuit by the law.]] All he has to do is help prevent them from being nuked.



* ClearMyName: John Clark decides to do this. Played with as John Clark is guilty of NUMEROUS illegal actions and unsanctioned murders but is interested in who squealed about one of them.
* ColdBloodedTorture: [[spoiler: John Clark]] suffers a bout of this with a hammer.



* FalseFlagOperation: Rehan has armed the Dagesteni Muslims with a pair of nuclear weapons to help bring down the Pakistani government so he can take over.



* HoneyTrap: [[spoiler: Melanie Kraft]] becomes one of these for [[spoiler: The CIA]]
** The Emir is willing to use his personal charisma to seduce Judith Cochrane, albeit there's no chance to consummate their relationship.
* HorribleJudgeOfCharacter: Judith Cochrane not only believes the Emir (again, an EXPY of Osama Bin Ladin), is a decent man at heart but he's also attracted to her. He is neither of these things.



* TheMole: In a stunning surprise [[spoiler: Melanie Kraft]] turns out to be this.
* MyDeathIsOnlyTheBeginning: Rehan tries to pull this on Jack Ryan Junior. It doesn't really work [[spoiler: until he realizes that Rehan's 2nd in Command escaped.]]




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* WrongfulAccusationInsurance: John Clark has this in spades. It helps that his best friend [[spoiler: gets elected President]].
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* GenerationXerox: Averted as Jack Ryan Junior wants nothing to do with politics but, instead, become more like his surrogate uncle John Clark.



* RefugeInAudacity: President Keatly uses the capture of the Emir to boost his sagging approval ratings, despite the fact it's the Campus which captured him--an organization he doesn't even know exists and was founded by his political opponent Jack Ryan.




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* TrainingFromHell: The Campus is trying to put Junior through this in order to make up for his general lack of experience in either military or intelligence operations.
10th Sep '15 3:35:06 PM CharlesPhipps
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''Literature/LockedOn'' is a political thriller novel by Creator/TomClancy and co-authored by Mark Greaney. It was published on December 13, 2011, alongside the unabridged audio book version, read by Lou Diamond Phillips. The novel is set in the Literature/JackRyan universe and follows on from 2010's Literature/DeadOrAlive and is based approximately a year after the events of that novel.

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''Literature/LockedOn'' is a political thriller novel by Creator/TomClancy and co-authored by Mark Greaney. It was published on December 13, 2011, alongside the unabridged audio book version, read by Lou Diamond Phillips. The novel is set in the Literature/JackRyan universe and follows on from 2010's Literature/DeadOrAlive ''Literature/DeadOrAlive'' and is based approximately a year after the events of that novel.
10th Sep '15 3:34:50 PM CharlesPhipps
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''Literature/LockedOn'' is a political thriller novel by Creator/TomClancy and co-authored by Mark Greaney. It was published on December 13, 2011, alongside the unabridged audio book version, read by Lou Diamond Phillips. The novel is set in the Literature/JackRyan universe and follows on from 2010's Literature/Dead OrAlive and is based approximately a year after the events of that novel.

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''Literature/LockedOn'' is a political thriller novel by Creator/TomClancy and co-authored by Mark Greaney. It was published on December 13, 2011, alongside the unabridged audio book version, read by Lou Diamond Phillips. The novel is set in the Literature/JackRyan universe and follows on from 2010's Literature/Dead OrAlive Literature/DeadOrAlive and is based approximately a year after the events of that novel.
10th Sep '15 3:34:33 PM CharlesPhipps
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* StrawmanPolitical: Ed Keatly is a StrawmanLiberal who is wrong about ''everything.''

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* StrawmanPolitical: Ed Keatly is a StrawmanLiberal Straw Liberal who is wrong about ''everything.''
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