A list of Tom Clancy's books can be found at the author's official website, TomClancy.com. In total, Tom Clancy has written 20 works of fiction and ten works of non-fiction.
Clancy is renowned for his covert operations-inspired books and the Hollywood films made from them, many of which followed the same protagonist, Jack Ryan. His first book, The Hunt for Red October, was published in 1984 and recounts the story of a Soviet submarine commander. It was turned into a successful film of the same title, starring Alec Baldwin and Sean Connery.
His third book, Patriot games, was published in 1987 and is a story about an international battle against terrorism. He published Clear and Present Danger in 1989 and The Sum of All Fears in 1991. All were successful films, starring Hollywood A-listers like Harrison Ford and Ben Affleck as Jack Ryan.
In addition to these titles, Clancy published a number of other works of fiction: Red Storm Rising (1986), The Cardinal of the Kremlin (1988), Without Remorse (1993), Debt of Honor (1994), Executive Orders (1996), Rainbow Six (1998), which was turned into a popular video game of the same title, The Bear and the Dragon (2000), Red Rabbit (2002), The Teeth of the Tiger (2003), Dead or Alive (2010), Against All Enemies (2011), Locked On (2011), Threat Vector (2012), Command Authority (2013), and two posthumous titles, Support and Defend (2014) and Full Force and Effect (2014). Clancy died in 2013.