Series: Tom Clancy's Power Plays

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Politika by Tom Clancy1
ruthless.com by Tom Clancy2
Shadow Watch: Power Plays 03 (Power Plays) by Tom Clancy3
Tom Clancy's Power Plays: Bio-Strike by Jerome Preisler4
Tom Clancy's Power Plays: Cold War by Tom Clancy5
Tom Clancy's Power Plays: Cutting Edge by Tom Clancy6
Tom Clancy's Power Plays: Zero Hour by Tom Clancy7
Tom Clancy's Power Plays: Wild Card by Jerome Preisler8
Tom Clancy's Power Plays: Politika / Ruthless.com / Shadow Watch (AUDIO CD) by Tom ClancyAUDIO CD 1-3

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series is written by Jerome Preisler.

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