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Bennett, Ralph Kinney. "Tom Clancy's Dream Come True." Reader's Digest (February 1989): 126-131. Tells about how The Hunt for Red October came to be written and published.

Clancy, Tom. "The Hunt for Tom Clancy."

Publishers Weekly (July 13, 1998): 43. In a brief interview by Jeff Zaleski, Clancy says, as he has said before, that he has not used classified information in any of his books.

Cohen, Rich. "Novelist Tom Clancy Keeps Making New Enemies." Rolling Stone (December 1, 1994): 114-18. Critical of Clancy's political views.

Dampier, Cindy. "Patriot Games." People Weekly (January 13, 1997): 37. About Clancy's computer game company.

Hyman, Mark. "I Led Three Lives: Tom Clancy May Be about to Reinvent Himself Again." Business Week (February 23, 1998): 110. About Clancy's bid to buy the Minnesota Vikings football team.

Jacobs, Alexandra. "Split Decision?" Entertainment Weekly (May 9, 1997): 74. About how much money Clancy's wife may receive from their divorce.

Kennedy, Dana. "Clear and Present Anger." Entertainment Weekly (October...

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