Lucky MI6 readers can win copies of "James Bond: Annotations and Chronologies" by John Griswold.

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"James Bond: Annotations and Chronologies" Books To Be Won
24th September 2006

MI6 Competition
Thanks to author John Griswold and publisher Author House, MI6 can bring you a great competition to win signed copies of "Ian Fleming's James Bond: Annotations and Chronologies for Ian Fleming's Bond Stories".

Official Blurb
Updated and expanded including many illustrations by George Almond. Plus clearer translations of foreign terms.

Ian Fleming’s James Bond: Annotations and Chronologies for Ian Fleming’s Bond Stories officially approved by Ian Fleming Publications Ltd (formerly Glidrose), with a Preface by Andrew Lycett and Forewords by Zoe Watkins, Publishing Manager, Ian Fleming Publications Ltd.; Raymond Benson, author of The James Bond Bedside Companion, six original 007 novels, and numerous non-Bond novels.

This book is the result of analysis of each of Fleming’s James Bond novels. Within are glossaries of applicable terminology and references with detailed chronologies of events including annotations.


Detailed chronologies of events are represented at a day-of-week, month, day, year, and time-of-day level. Glossaries contain translations of foreign terms, annotations, and other information of interest such as detailed information on the origin of Saramanga’s name (The Man with the Golden Gun). Maps have been created for many of the novels along with in-depth information concerning specific topics such as, the Moonraker bridge game and the Goldfinger golf game. In many instances, monetary amounts have been converted to their 2001 purchasing power equivalent. Differences found between published versions and the original Fleming manuscripts archived at Indiana University’s Lilly Library have been noted.

Win "Ian Fleming's James Bond: Annotations and Chronologies"
MI6 has six copies of "Ian Fleming's James Bond: Annotations and Chronologies for Ian Fleming's Bond Stories" by John Griswold to give away to lucky readers. Simply answer the question correctly for your chance to win:

What rank did Ian Fleming leave British Nave Intelligence at the end of World War II?

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Terms & Conditions
The competition closes at midnight GMT on 25th October 2006. 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 international MI6 readers.

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