List of the Best Tom Clancy Novels

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List of Tom Clancy Books
A list of the best-selling Tom Clancy books

Tom Clancy is a best-selling American novelist who is well-known for writing thrilling espionage, spy and military science novels. This article provides a list of the best Tom Clancy books.

List of Tom Clancy Books

Tom Clancy: Jack Ryan and John Clark Book Series

Following is a list of the Jack Ryan and John Clark book series. The list includes the book name and the year of publication.

Without Remorse (1993)
Patriot Games (1987)
Red Rabbit (2002)
The Hunt for Red October (1984)
The Cardinal of the Kremlin (1988)
Clear and Present Danger (1989)
The Sum of All Fears (1991)
Debt of Honor (1994)
Executive Orders (1996)
Rainbow Six (1998)
The Bear and the Dragon (2000)
The Teeth of the Tiger (2003)
Dead or Alive (2010)
Locked On (2011)
Threat Vector (2012)
Command Authority (2013)
Full Force and Effect (2014)
Under Fire (2015)
Commander-in-Chief (2015)
Duty and Honor (2016)
True Faith and Allegiance (2016)
Point of Contact (2017)
Power and Empire (2017)

All of the Tom Clancy books, including both fiction and non-fiction novels, are available for sale online at Amazon.com. In addition, may of the Tom Clancy books on the list are available as audible books through Audible.com and other audio steaming services.

Tom Clancy: Op Center Book Series

Following is a list of books in the Op Center series:

Op-Center (1995)
Mirror Image (1995)
Games of State (1996)
Acts of War (1996)
Balance of Power (1998)
State of Siege (1999)
Divide and Conquer (2000)
Line of Control (2001)
Mission of Honor (2002)
Sea of Fire (2003)
Call to Treason (2004)
War of Eagles (2005)
Out of the Ashes (2014)
Into the Fire (2015)
Scorched Earth (2016)
Dark Zone (2017)

Tom Clancy: Power Plays Book Series

Following is a list of books in the Power Play series:

Politika (1997)
Ruthless.com (1998)
Shadow Watch (1999)
Bio-Strike (2000)
Cold War (2001)
Cutting Edge (2002)
Zero Hour (2003)
Wild Card (2004)

Net Force Books

Following is a list of the books in the Net Force series:

Net Force (1999)
Hidden Agendas (1999)
Night Moves (1999)
Breaking Point (2000)
Point of Impact (2001)
CyberNation (2001)
State of War (2003)
Changing of the Guard (2003)
Springboard (2005)
The Archimedes Effect (2006)

 

Tom Clancy Net Force Explorers Book Series

Following is a list of the books in the Net Force Explorers series:

Virtual Vandals (1998)
The Deadliest Game (1998)
One is the Loneliest Number (1999)
The Ultimate Escape (1999)
The Great Race (1999)
End Game (1998)
Cyberspy (1999)
Shadow of Honor (2000)
Private Lives (2000)
Safe House (2000)
Gameprey (2000)
Duel Identity (2000)
Deathworld (2000)
High Wire (2001)
Cold Case (2001)
Runaways (2001)

List of Books in the Splinter Cell Series

Following is a list of the books in the Splinter Cell series:

Splinter Cell (2004)
Operation Barracuda (2005)
Checkmate (2006)
Fallout (2007)
Conviction (2009)
Endgame (2009)
Blacklist Aftermath (2013)

Ghost Recon Series

Ghost Recon (2008)
Combat Ops (2011)
Choke Point (2012)
Wildlands: Dark Waters (2017)

Other Books

Following is a list of the other fiction and non-fiction books published by this author:

EndWar (2008)
The Hunted (2011)
H.A.W.X. (2009)
Support and Defend (2014)
Red Storm Rising (1986)
Strategies for Submarine Warfare (1996)
Against All Enemies (2011)
Submarine (1993)
Armored Cav (1994)
Fighter Wing (1995)
Marine (1996)
Airborne (1997)
Carrier (1999)
Special Ops (2000)
Into the Storm (1997)
Every Man a Tiger (1999)
Shadow Warriors (2002)
Battle Ready (2004)

Overview of the Book, Threat Vector

Number one bestselling author Tom Clancy is back with an all-new Jack Ryan thriller.

Following is a brief synopsis of a popular Tom Clancy Book, Threat Vector. Jack Ryan, the well-known character from Tom Clancy novels and movies, just moved back into the oval office and he is immediately dealing with a new international threat. An aborted coup in the People’s Republic of China left the current President, Wei Zhen Lin, with no choice but to agree with the policies of the General Su Ke Qiang. As a result, they declared the South China Sea a protectorate and now they are planning to invade Taiwan.

The Ryan administration is determined to stop China’s ambitions, but the stakes are dangerously high. The Chinese have a new line of  powerful anti-ship missiles that threaten the United States Navy’s plans to protect Taiwan. Meanwhile, devious Chinese cyberwarfare experts have launched a devastating cyber attack on American infrastructure. Just like real-life, cyberwarfare is the modern combat arena, and it’s just as deadly as any other.

Jack Ryan, Jr. and his associates at the campus may be just the wild card that his father needs to combat the threat. There’s just one problem: someone knows about the secret intelligence agency and threatens to blow their cover.

Just like other novels written by the best-selling author, this one is a real page turner. Torn from the pages of today’s headlines, the plot lines twist and turn and offer thrills around every corner. If you love international intrigue, real-life situations, and cutting edge technological warfare, you love this latest book. We have a feeling this one will make its way into a screenplay and eventually on to the big screen.

Reviews of the Book Threat Vector

  • “This book was hard to put down.” – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
  • “Each plot line comes to us mainly in a series of tightly written action scenes. As visual as anything on a movie screen, with the added enticement of crisp, accurate and hard driving prose.” – The Chicago Tribune

About the Authors, Tom Clancy and Mark Greaney

Tom Clancy is one of the world’s most popular writers of international thrillers. All of Clancy’s books have hit number one on the New York Times bestseller list. He lives in Maryland and owns an interest in the Baltimore Orioles.

Mark Greaney, the co-author on this particular novel, is the national bestselling author of The Gray Man series of books.  Greaney lives in Memphis, Tennessee.

The book was produce in hardcover format as a part of the Tom Clancy Jack Ryan series of novels. It was published on December 4, 2012 by Putnam Adult. It was written and published in English and consists of a total of 848 pages. The ISBN numbers are ISBN-13: 978-0399160455 and ISBN-10: 0399160450. Physically, the book is 2.7 x 6.5 x 9.8 inches in size and the shipping weight is 2.2 pounds.

If you have any questions about these Tom Clancy books, please leave a comment below. If you are interested in spy novels, espionage and other types of investigation stories, see our list of private investigator books.

Michael Kissiah is the owner of Brandy Lane Publishing, LLC, which owns and operates a small portfolio of websites, including eInvestigator.com. Michael created eInvestigator.com more than 20 years ago after working as a private investigator in the state of Florida. Since that time, he has become an expert at how to find information online and has written over 1000 articles on topics related to the investigation industry. In addition, he is the author of the "Private Investigator Licensing Handbook", available at Amazon.com.

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