Tom Clancy - Famous US and Best Selling Thriller Author died at 66 In Baltimore
Tom Clancy, a famous author and writer of some of the world's acclaimed books about espionage and military thrillers that is a worldwide best-sellers and inspiration to several Hollywood hit movies like "The Hunt for Red October," "Patriot Games" and "Clear and Present Danger." has died in US soil and He was 66.
Tom Clancy wrote his novels in the context of the past Cold War and its aftermath while focusing on espionage and military science with rich attention to technical detail which can be seen in movies like "The Patriot Games" among others. As Tom Clancy quoted "The difference between fiction and reality is that fiction has to make sense," he once said.
Clancy also lent his name to a series of video games, including "Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Blacklist," released in August by Ubisoft. An avowed Republican, Clancy was also a co-owner of the Baltimore Orioles baseball team.
Tom Clancy was a prolific author with a passion for storytelling that engaged people all over the world. He truly embodied the creativity we inspire our students and alumni to bring to their personal and professional lives, and we are proud to call him a member of the Loyola University Maryland family. Our prayers are with his family, friends, and classmates at this difficult time and in the days to come.” According to the Loyola University Maryland community.