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The book which solidified every young mans dream to become a spy
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   Many people are familiar with the films about James Bond, the British spy with the `license to kill' running around in a world of espionage and high tech toys but in reading the books you enter a whole new world. http://www.reviewscout.co.uk/0142003247. The books bring to life the times and culture of the 50's and 60's that has since faded and also have the virtue of giving the reader insight into the mind of Bond.  Both book and film start with Bond being sent to Shrublands …
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James Bond is in disgrace. His monthly medical report is critical of the high living that is ruining his health, and M packs him off for a fortnight to a nature-cure clinic to be tuned-up to his former pitch of exceptional fitness.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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ISBN-10: 0142003247
ISBN-13: 978-0142003244
Author: Ian Fleming
Publisher: Penguin

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