Villainous details revealed of second Young James Bond book BloodFever
MI6 has learned of some advance details on the main villain from the forthcoming adventure BloodFever - the second of the Young Bond novels by Charlie Higson.
BloodFever will feature an Italian Count who has constructed a mountain fortress in Sardinia. The plot kicks off when the family of one of Bond's Eton class mates goes missing at sea. Bond travels to Sardinia and uncovers a deadly plot and tackles pirates, bandits and art theives before the final showdown in a cave shoot-out.
BloodFever will be released on January 6th 2006 in paperback in the UK
- it was announced today by Puffin Books.
BloodFever is set largely in Sardinia, where James is spending his summer holidays, and features, in Charlie Higson's words, "pirates, bandits, art thieves and a shoot-out in a cave; everything you could want from a James Bond book."
The Young Bond series has been commissioned by Ian Fleming Publications, owners of the James Bond literary copyright.
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