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What are the names of Tom Clancy's books?

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Before his death, Tom Clancy published 17 novels, including "The Hunt for Red October," "Patriot Games" and "Clear and Present Danger." He also published 10 non-fiction books, including "Armored Cav," "Into the Storm" and "Shadow Warriors." Clancy also lent his name to multiple series of books.

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The New York Times ranked Clancy's "The Hunt for Red October" number one on its bestseller list, as it did nine of his other books, including "Red Storm Rising," "Patriot Games" and "Cardinal of the Kremlin." Between 1989 and 1996, he published "Clear and Present Danger," "The Sum of All Fears," "Without Remorse," "Debt of Honor" and "Executive Orders." Between 1998 and 2003, Clancy published "Rainbow Six," "The Bear and the Dragon," "Red Rabbit" and "The Teeth of the Tiger." Between 2010 and 2012, he published "Dead or Alive," "Against All Enemies," "Locked On" and "Threat Vector."

"Command Authority," which he wrote with Mark Greaney, was released after his death in 2013. In 2014, Greaney published two books using Clancy characters. "Tom Clancy's Support and Defend" follows Dominic Caruso, and "Tom Clancy's Full Force and Effect" follows Jack Ryan and his son, Jack Ryan, Jr.

While perhaps best known for his fiction, Clancy also wrote non-fiction books about military operations and war. These books include "Fighter Wing," "Marine," "Airborne," "Carrier" and "Submarine." "Every Man a Tiger" explores the Gulf War air campaign, and "Battle Ready" follows Marine General Tony Zinni and explores the evolution of the U.S. Marine Corps.

Though nine series of books bear Clancy's name, other authors wrote them. Some of these series include "Tom Clancy's Op-Center," "Tom Clancy's Net Force" and "Tom Clancy's Power Plays."

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