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Tom Clancy

Tom Clancy is also part-owner of the Baltimore Orioles.
  U.S. author best known for contemporary espionage and military novels — many of which have been successfully adapted to film (b. 1947)
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His name is also branded for many fiction and non-fiction books as well as video and board games.
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  • Tom Clancy is also part-owner of the Baltimore Orioles.
  • Well, "when did authors sell more books to a more devoted public than John Grisham, Dan Brown, Tom Clancy, Nora Roberts, Stephen King or Steig Larsson?"
    Adam Gopnik  --  Can Science Explain Why We Tell Stories?
  • …to choose between Harrison Ford or George Clooney who would it be, and I said Harrison Ford even though he’s so old, but the Harrison Ford from Indiana Jones, not Star Wars, and then Lilly said she’d choose Harrison Ford as Jack Ryan in those Tom Clancy movies, and then Michael goes, "Who would you choose, Harrison Ford or Leonardo di Caprio?" and we both chose Harrison Ford because Leonardo is so pass", and then he went, "Who would you choose, Harrison Ford or Josh Richter?" and Lilly…
    Meg Cabot  --  The Princess Diaries
  • Ask any publisher whether they would rather have the Proust and Joyce backlists or those of the Nora Roberts and Tom Clancy of Proust’s and Joyce’s day.
    Adam Gopnik  --  Can Science Explain Why We Tell Stories?
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Associated words [difficulty]:   Tom Clancy [9] , Nora Roberts [6] , Stephen King [7] , Nora Roberts [6] , Sir Arthur Conan Doyle [7] , Stephen King [7] , Agatha Christie [8] , John Updike [8] , Raymond Chandler [9]
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