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TOM CLANCY - TYPESCRIPT SIGNED - HFSID 271096

TOM CLANCY The best-selling author signs a typescript of the first page of his famous novel Patriot Games Typescript signed: "Tom Clancy", 1p, 8½x11. Headed: "Patriot Games/By/Tom Clancy". Opening lines of Chapter One, which is entitled, "A Sunny Day in Londontown", from his 1987 novel, Patriot Games

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TOM CLANCY
The best-selling author signs a typescript of the first page of his famous novel Patriot Games
Typescript signed: "Tom Clancy", 1p, 8½x11. Headed: "Patriot Games/By/Tom Clancy". Opening lines of Chapter One, which is entitled, "A Sunny Day in Londontown", from his 1987 novel, Patriot Games. In the book, Clancy's signature character, ex-Marine Jack Ryan, saves the Prince of Wales from terrorists, who go after Ryan and his family. The 1992 film based on the book starred Harrison Ford as Ryan and featured a fictional lord rather than the Prince of Wales. A pioneer of the techno-thriller, insurance broker Tom Clancy (1947-2013) combined his lifelong interests in the military and technology in his first novel, The Hunt For Red October (1984). The book, which became an instant best-seller, introduced Ryan, who became a government operative in later novels, including Patriot Games and Clear and Present Danger (1989). By 2000, Ryan was the newly elected President, facing sinister forces at work in China in The Bear and The Dragon, and by 2003, Ryan had retired from the presidency and his son, Jack Ryan, Jr., an intelligence analyst, and Ryan's two nephews were poised to become the central characters in Clancy's future works. Slightly creased. Fine condition.

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