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Dr No By Ian Fleming

Dr No
by Ian Fleming

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M called this case a soft option. Bond can't quite agree. The tropical island is luxurious, and the seductive Honey Rider is beautiful - but they are both part of the empire of Dr No, whose mind is as cold and hard as his steel hands, and whose obsession is power.
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About Ian Fleming


Ian Fleming was born in 1908 and educated at Eton. After a brief period at Sandhurst, he went abroad to further his education. In 1931, having failed to get an appointment in the Foreign Office, he joined Reuters News Agency. During the Second World War he was Personal assistant to the Director of Naval Intelligence at the Admiralty, rising from the rank of Lieutenant to Commander. His wartime experiences provided him with a first-hand knowledge of secret operations. After the war he became Foreign Manager of Kemsley Newspapers and built his own house, Goldeneye, in Jamaica. There at the age of 42 he wrote Casino Royale, the first of the James Bond novels. By the time of his death in 1964, Fleming's fourteen Bond adventures had sold more than 40 million copies and the cult of James Bond was internationally established.

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GOR002664464
Dr No by Ian Fleming
Ian Fleming
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Hodder & Stoughton General Division
1989-05-01
188
0340418990
9780340418994
N/A
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