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Tom Clancy followed the success of his first book with Red Storm Rising in 1986, Patriot Games in 1987, Cardinal of the Kremlin in 1988, Clear and Present Danger in 1989, The Sum of All Fears in 1991, Without Remorse in 1993, Debt of Honor in 1994, Executive Orders in 1996 and Rainbow Six in 1998, The Bear and the Dragon in 2000, Red Rabbit in 2002, The Teeth of the Tiger in 2003, Dead or Alive in 2010, Against All Enemies in 2011, Locked On in 2011, Threat Vector in 2012, and Command Authority in 2013. (Authors > Tom Clancy )

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