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Nightmare Fuel: Tom Clancy
Without Remorse gives the reader a lovingly detailed description of what repeated sudden decompression can do to the human body, when John Kellynote later known as John Clark uses an old US Navy presurization chamber to politely question a drug dealer (among other crimes) who was involved with the death of Kelly's girlfriend.
There's another one in The Teeth of the Tiger: the reader gets a play-by-play of the death of a playboy financing terrorist operations. While it doesn't look like anything other than a heart attack to the casual observer, everything that goes on inside his mind is enough to make you paranoid about feeling pricks on your posterior.
Locked On where a group of Dagestani terrorists re-purpose space rockets and turn them into nuclear missiles,they destroy a part of Moscow before John Clark and Spetsnaz Alfa break into the missile command station and kill them all.