Tom Clancy, the American author known for his expertise in delivering technically detailed espionage and military science story lines has died. Being a master of the art of writing, ghost writers who towed the military science line adopted Clancy’s name to make good sales. His name has also been used in a number of video games, sequel to the purchase of the right by Ubisoft, a French video games manufacturer in 2008.
He was until his death a part owner of the Orioles, Baltimore’s favourite baseball team.
Clancy, a fromer insurance agent was born in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. His works include The Hunt For Red October (1984), Red Storm Rising (1986), The Teeth of the Tiger (2003), Threat Vector (2012), Locked On (2011) and Against All Enemies (2011). He was 66 years old.
The cause of his death had not been made available as of the time of filing this report. He had a total of 26 novels to his credit with some of them already made into movies. His newest work, “Command Authority” is scheduled to be released in December.