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Ian Fleming And Playboy

Ian Fleming And Playboy

Literary 
For Playboy readers in America, the magazine was often their first introduction to James Bond before the film franchise began
New Hardbacks

New Hardbacks

Literary 15-09-2017
Vintage will release three of Ian Fleming's James Bond novels with new hardback jacket designs this year
Dr. No Folio Edition

Dr. No Folio Edition

Collecting 06-08-2017
Folio Society has released a new illustrated edition of Ian Fleming's 'Dr. No'
Colonel Sun Hardback

Colonel Sun Hardback

Literary 22-06-2017
A new hardback edition of Kingsley Amis' 1968 continuation novel Colonel Sun will be released next year
Fleming And Popov

Fleming And Popov

Literary 28-05-2017
Larry Loftis examines Ian Fleming's time in Portugal during WWII and a possible inspiration for the 'Casino Royale' plot and the character of 007
From Russia With Love 60th Anniversary

From Russia With Love 60th Anniversary

Literary 08-04-2017
How Ian Fleming's fifth novel found a wider audience and laid the foundations for Bond mania
Zero Minus Ten Retrospective

Zero Minus Ten Retrospective

Literary 03-04-2017
The first James Bond continuation novel by Raymond Benson was published 20 years ago

'Forever And A Death': The Bond Connection

Literary 13-03-2017
Everything you need to know about Donald Westlake, his novel 'Forever and a Death' and it's Bond 18 connection
Dick Bruna (1927-2017)

Dick Bruna (1927-2017)

Biography 17-02-2017
The designer of the classic Dutch James Bond paperback novels has died aged 89
Fleming vs Carre Debate

Fleming vs Carre Debate

Videos 15-01-2017
Watch the 90 minute debate that pitted two legendary spy novelists against each other

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