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Discussion in 'The GatorTail Pub' started by g8rjd, Oct 2, 2013.
He was 66.
Yeah, I saw that today.
He could write some great books...
I will miss his ability to write a great story.
Way too young.
My wife heard him on a radio show talking about his then new book, The Hunt for Red October. It sounded so interesting she went straight to a book store and bought it for me.
Read Red Storm Rising in high school and was instantly hooked. I thought his later stuff got a little long, with almost TOO much background setting up the ultimate plot devices, but the man sure knew how to weave a tale. RIP.
Very sad. Agree with phatGator way to young. Really enjoyed his books. I got the pleasure of meeting him once in London when I was traveling there on business. Me in my jeans and Tom Clancy in his tux. He was a really nice guy.
awesome author, and 65 is way too young. I enjoyed his ability to take technical info and modern headlines and turn it into facinating novels.
One of my all-time favorite writers. His plots were true page-turners. So sad -- we lost two great authors this year -- Vince Flynn and now Tom Clancy. Reading just won't be as much fun ...
Enjoyed his books over the years.
damn- I really enjoyed his books-he has one final one ready to be published
He never got to write one involving Obama's America. Would've been good.