Tom Clancy's Op-Center: Mirror Image

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Tom Clancy's Op-Center: Mirror Image
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First edition
Author Jeff Rovin (created by Tom Clancy & Steve Pieczenik)
Country  United States
Language English
Series Tom Clancy's Op-Center
Genre Geopolitical thriller
Publisher Berkley Books
Publication date
November 1, 1995
Media type Print (Hardback & Paperback) and audio
Pages 436 (US paperback edition)
ISBN ISBN 978-0-425-15014-6 (US paperback edition)
OCLC 33182367
Preceded by Tom Clancy's Op-Center
Followed by Games of State
1st edition (HarperCollins)

Tom Clancy's Op-Center: Mirror Image (also called Op-Center: Mirror Image) is the second novel in Tom Clancy's Op-Center created by Tom Clancy and Steve Pieczenik first published in 1995. The actual novels are written by Jeff Rovin.

Plot[edit]

The Cold War is over. And chaos is setting in. The new president of Russia is trying to create a democratic regime. But there are strong elements within the country that are trying to stop him: the ruthless Russian mafia, the right-wing nationalists, and those nefarious forces that will do whatever it takes to return Russia to the days of the Czar.

Op-Center, the newly founded but highly successful crisis management team, begins a race against the clock and against the hardliners. Their task is made even more difficult by the discovery of a Russian counterpart... but this one's controlled by those same repressive hardliners and represents everything Op-Center stands for. Two rival Op-Centers, virtual mirror images of each other.