George Galdorisi to Co-Author New Tom Clancy: Op Center Books

Publisher’s Weekly Writes:

Clancy Series Moves to SMP:

Tom Clancy’s bestselling series about a powerful, top-secret government agency and the people who run it, Op Center, is being rebooted at St. Martin’s Griffin. SMP publisher Matthew Shear bought North American rights, from agent Mel Berger at William Morris Endeavor, to four new books in the line. Dick Couch and George Galdorisi, who wrote the Clancy-branded novelization Tom Clancy Presents: Act of Valor (based on the 2012 film Act of Valor), are writing the new SMP Op Center novels, the first of which will be published in fall 2013 as a trade paperback. (Couch and Galdorisi both have military backgrounds—Couch was a Navy SEAL and Galdorisi is a retired Navy captain—which, SMP said, makes them ideal to tackle this series.) The Op Center series was launched in 1995 by Berkley—the series was written by Jeff Rovin and displayed the Clancy brand—and the last of the original Op Center books came out in 2005, also published by Berkley.

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