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Win German Fleming Titles

7th April 2015

Lucky MI6 readers can win copies of Ian Fleming's novels from German publisher Cross Cult

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MI6 Competition: MI6 has teamed up with German novel and comic publisher Cross Cult to offer lucky readers the opportunity to win copies of Fleming's titles translated into German with revised cover art by Michael Gillette.

Back in 2008, illustrator Michael Gillette designed 14 covers for Ian Fleming's 007 novels and short story collections. Whilst the cover art has gone in a different direction in English-speaking markets under the stewardship of Vintage and Amazon, Gillette has recently revised some of his work for the German covers. The artworks that got the most substantive revisions are, "Thunderball" - which Gillette explained in an interview he was never fully happy with - and "On Her Majesty's Secret Service", which revises the look of Bond's bride-to-be Tracy Di Vicenzo. More recently Gillette illustrated new covers for the German issues of John Gardner and Kingsley Amis's 007 novels.

Books Must Be Won: To enter for your chance to win a copy of the book, simply answer the question below along with your name, city and country to [email protected]

What is the German title for Fleming's 'Thunderball'?

Terms & Conditions: The competition closes at midnight GMT on 5th May 2015. MI6 will choose the winners at random from the correct answers received. The winners will be contacted via the email address supplied and their postal address will be requested. If a winner fails to respond within 7 days of prize notification, another winner will be chosen until all prizes are allotted. Competition is open to MI6 readers based in Germany. Entrants must be at least 13 years of age.

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