For decades James Bond has been considered the epitome of style and sophistication. Yet each Bond has had their own unique look to go along with their own, quite different, portrayals of the character. Some are at the darker end of the spectrum, while others have been more playful as they seduced their way around the globe.
Anthony Horrowitz's new James Bond novel has been revealed. Click 'read more' for the details.
Even though all will be revealed by noon tomorrow, there are still casting rumours floating around the tabloids.
Anthony Sinclair cufflinks have gone on sale in fond memory of the late Geoffrey Holder, whom played the villainous role of Baron Samedi in 1973's Live and Let Die
The new James Bond continuation novel by William Boyd will be hitting stores on 6th September. Amazon has released the official description of the novel, which can be seen below...
It's 1969, and, having just celebrated his forty-fifth birthday, James Bond—British special agent 007—is summoned to headquarters to receive an unusual assignment. Zanzarim, a troubled West African nation, is being ravaged by a bitter civil war, and M directs Bond to quash the rebels threatening the established regime. Bond's arrival in Africa marks the start of a feverish mission to discover the forces behind this brutal war—and he soon realizes the situation is far from straightforward. Piece by piece, Bond uncovers the real cause of the violence in Zanzarim, revealing a twisting conspiracy that extends further than he ever imagined.
Moving from rebel battlefields in West Africa to the closed doors of intelligence offices in London and Washington, this novel is at once a gripping thriller, a tensely plotted story full of memorable characters and breathtaking twists, and a masterful study of power and how it is wielded—a brilliant addition to the James Bond canon.
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International bestselling author William Boyd will discuss his thrilling new James Bond novel, Solo, for the first time in public at a major event at the Queen Elizabeth Hall at London's Southbank Centre, on Thursday 26 September, the day of publication.
Boyd, in conversation with GQ literary editor, Olivia Cole, will discuss Ian Fleming and his experience of writing about the world's most iconic spy. Introducing the event will be special guest, Lucy Fleming, Ian Fleming's niece.
Combining all the glamour and excitement of Ian Fleming's original novels with masterful storytelling, Solo is a stylish, period novel set in 1969, featuring 007 as a veteran agent at 45. Spanning three continents, Bond's new mission takes an unexpected turn whilst in Africa, forcing him to go 'solo'.
William Boyd is the author of 14 novels including Any Human Heart and Restless and has won several awards, including the Costa Book Award and the James Tait Black Memorial Prize. He will be signing copies of Solo after the event.
There’s a good chance that your dad showed you your first ever Bond film, introducing you to a lifetime of 007′s adventures, so we’ve (007.com) decided to help you say thanks by giving you the chance to win a brilliant Bond-related Father’s Day gift for him. From Saturday 8th June until Thursday 13th we’ll be testing your 007 knowledge and rewarding the winners with a bottle of the James Bond signature fragrance as well as special daily prizes, to be announced on the day.
The competition will be run o the official @007 Twitter feed. The competition is open to UK residents only.
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