Category Archives: spy fiction

Trigger Mortis by Anthony Horowitz

I read all of Ian Fleming’s James Bond books in my early teens and later tried some of those written by other authors after Fleming’s death. To me those post-Fleming books lacked authenticity, particularly the “novelisations” spun off from 1980s … Continue reading

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Carte Blanche by Jeffrey Deaver

When I first read an Ian Fleming Bond book I was a young teen. Bond was someone I could aspire to be, with an adventurous life, unlimited travel and of course, there were always the girls. For a time James Bond … Continue reading

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