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If you try to assassinate your boss – even though brainwashed at the time – you must pay the price. To redeem himself James Bond is sent to kill one of the most lethal hitmen in the world… Paco ‘Pistols’ Scaramanga.
In the sultry heat of Jamaica, 007 infiltrates his target’s criminal cooperative – only to find that Scaramanga’s bullets are laced with snake venom. When the end comes, every shot will count.
Includes an exclusive bonus interview with Sir Kenneth Branagh.
Ian Fleming was born in London in 1908. He was educated at Eton and worked as a journalist in Moscow and a banker and stockbroker in London before becoming personal assistant to the Director of Naval Intelligence during the Second World War. He wrote his first Bond novel, Casino Royale, in 1952 at Goldeneye, his home in Jamaica. Since then James Bond has gone on to become a global phenomenon.
Sir Kenneth Branagh is one of the UK’s most successful actors and directors in film, TV and theatre. In addition to his acclaimed cinema adaptations of Shakespeare’s plays, he has also directed and/or acted in films such as My Week with Marilyn, Thor and Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit. He has had huge TV success with his BAFTA-winning portrayal of Wallander and has received five Academy Award nominations in five different categories.
"Fleming keeps you riveted." ( Sunday Telegraph)
"For those who like to escape to Bondsville, the old boom-town hasn’t changed a scrap." ( Listener)
"Bond and Fleming were fun. They entertained, sometimes mildly, often grandly – but always consistently. Life will be less interesting without them." ( Associated Press)
"The most forceful and driving writer." (Raymond Chandler)
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- Diane Reynolds
Better than expected!
I loved the narrator. He made it more lively. There was also a lot more depth to the James Bond character in this book than in any of the movies. I think it was a great intro for me to the “real” stories in the books rather than the big movie versions.