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U.K. publication date and publisher Jonathan Cape 31 May 2018 this cover.

U.S. publication date and publisher Harper November 6, 2018 (With a different cover).

This book: 007 is dead. ‘M’ only has, at his disposal, two other agents sanctioned to kill, and one of them is decommissioned due to injuries. Thus ‘M’ decides it is time to promote James Bond into that elite role of sanctioned killer. After a trial test run in Stockholm for Mr. Bond, ‘M’ finds him worthy of the double digits. He lets Bond choose his own number, and Bond chooses 007 as a tribute to his predecessor who had died in France.

And so begins Anthony Horowitz’s second authorized outing following last years “Trigger Mortis” in the new saga of Mr. James Bond, titled “Forever and A Day”. Early on we are introduced to ‘Jim’, as one of the antagonists calls Bond, in a restaurant, as he is “stabbing at a bad filet mignon accompanied by a worse glass of Burgundy”. Soon he meets a femme who may or may not be fatale. Her name is Sixtine. a cool and elegant card shark that Bond has been warned about. When Bond orders them drinks, Sixteen prefers her martini shaken and not stirred, he notes.

Once again the Fleming Estate has bequeathed onto Mr. Horowitz some of Mr. Flemings original material which he incorporates into this book. According to Horowitz, in his afterword/acknowledgements, this time the inclusion of the additional material is in chapter seven, incorporated from the outline of an American television production that never came to fruition.

If I had any problems with this book, it would encompass the need for the exceptional ‘Bond Villain’ which seems to be needed in every book. This book is no exception. Our villain is named Scipio (I christened him sippie-cup as I was reading) a super-rich, super-evil drug lord who comes off to me rather cartoonish in his language and his henchmen. It’s as if there is a checklist that must be met to insure all the ingredients of the recipe are fulfilled. For example, when Bond is captured by Scipio, he is told by Scipio’s translator. “I have total control here in Marseilles,” he announces villainously. “The port, the city, the police, the justice system? It is all mine!”.

Overall the book is a quick and enjoyable read. If a bit predictable. Certainly not an award winner by any stretch of the imagination, and I am most glad I read this installment.

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u.s. publication date and publisher harper november 6, 2018 (with a different cover).

this book: 007 is dead. ‘m’ only has, at his disposal, two other agents sanctioned to kill, and one of them is decommissioned due to injuries. thus ‘m’ decides it is time to promote james bond into that elite role of sanctioned killer. after a trial test run in stockholm for mr. bond, ‘m’ finds him worthy of the double digits. he lets bond choose his own number, and bond chooses 007 as a tribute to his predecessor who had died in france.

and so begins anthony horowitz’s second authorized outing following last years “trigger mortis” in the new saga of mr. james bond, titled “forever and a day”. early on we are introduced to ‘jim’, as one of the antagonists calls bond, in a restaurant, as he is “stabbing at a bad filet mignon accompanied by a worse glass of burgundy”. soon he meets a femme who may or may not be fatale. her name is sixtine. a cool and elegant card shark that bond has been warned about. when bond orders them drinks, sixteen prefers her martini shaken and not stirred, he notes.

once again the fleming estate has bequeathed onto mr. horowitz some of mr. flemings original material which he incorporates into this book. according to horowitz, in his afterword/acknowledgements, this time the inclusion of the additional material is in chapter seven, incorporated from the outline of an american television production that never came to fruition.

if i had any problems with this book, it would encompass the need for the exceptional ‘bond villain’ which seems to be needed in every book. this book is no exception. our villain is named scipio (i christened him sippie-cup as i was reading) a super-rich, super-evil drug lord who comes off to me rather cartoonish in his language and his henchmen. it’s as if there is a checklist that must be met to insure all the ingredients of the recipe are fulfilled. for example, when bond is captured by scipio, he is told by scipio’s translator. “i have total control here in marseilles,” he announces villainously. “the port, the city, the police, the justice system? it is all mine!”.

overall the book is a quick and enjoyable read. if a bit predictable. certainly not an award winner by any stretch of the imagination, and i am most glad i read this installment.
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u.s. publication date and publisher harper november 6, 2018 (with a different cover).

this book: 007 is dead. ‘m’ only has, at his disposal, two other agents sanctioned to kill, and one of them is decommissioned due to injuries. thus ‘m’ decides it is time to promote james bond into that elite role of sanctioned killer. after a trial test run in stockholm for mr. bond, ‘m’ finds him worthy of the double digits. he lets bond choose his own number, and bond chooses 007 as a tribute to his predecessor who had died in france.

and so begins anthony horowitz’s second authorized outing following last years “trigger mortis” in the new saga of mr. james bond, titled “forever and a day”. early on we are introduced to ‘jim’, as one of the antagonists calls bond, in a restaurant, as he is “stabbing at a bad filet mignon accompanied by a worse glass of burgundy”. soon he meets a femme who may or may not be fatale. her name is sixtine. a cool and elegant card shark that bond has been warned about. when bond orders them drinks, sixteen prefers her martini shaken and not stirred, he notes.

once again the fleming estate has bequeathed onto mr. horowitz some of mr. flemings original material which he incorporates into this book. according to horowitz, in his afterword/acknowledgements, this time the inclusion of the additional material is in chapter seven, incorporated from the outline of an american television production that never came to fruition.

if i had any problems with this book, it would encompass the need for the exceptional ‘bond villain’ which seems to be needed in every book. this book is no exception. our villain is named scipio (i christened him sippie-cup as i was reading) a super-rich, super-evil drug lord who comes off to me rather cartoonish in his language and his henchmen. it’s as if there is a checklist that must be met to insure all the ingredients of the recipe are fulfilled. for example, when bond is captured by scipio, he is told by scipio’s translator. “i have total control here in marseilles,” he announces villainously. “the port, the city, the police, the justice system? it is all mine!”.

overall the book is a quick and enjoyable read. if a bit predictable. certainly not an award winner by any stretch of the imagination, and i am most glad i read this installment.
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u.s. publication date and publisher harper november 6, 2018 (with a different cover).

this book: 007 is dead. ‘m’ only has, at his disposal, two other agents sanctioned to kill, and one of them is decommissioned due to injuries. thus ‘m’ decides it is time to promote james bond into that elite role of sanctioned killer. after a trial test run in stockholm for mr. bond, ‘m’ finds him worthy of the double digits. he lets bond choose his own number, and bond chooses 007 as a tribute to his predecessor who had died in france.

and so begins anthony horowitz’s second authorized outing following last years “trigger mortis” in the new saga of mr. james bond, titled “forever and a day”. early on we are introduced to ‘jim’, as one of the antagonists calls bond, in a restaurant, as he is “stabbing at a bad filet mignon accompanied by a worse glass of burgundy”. soon he meets a femme who may or may not be fatale. her name is sixtine. a cool and elegant card shark that bond has been warned about. when bond orders them drinks, sixteen prefers her martini shaken and not stirred, he notes.

once again the fleming estate has bequeathed onto mr. horowitz some of mr. flemings original material which he incorporates into this book. according to horowitz, in his afterword/acknowledgements, this time the inclusion of the additional material is in chapter seven, incorporated from the outline of an american television production that never came to fruition.

if i had any problems with this book, it would encompass the need for the exceptional ‘bond villain’ which seems to be needed in every book. this book is no exception. our villain is named scipio (i christened him sippie-cup as i was reading) a super-rich, super-evil drug lord who comes off to me rather cartoonish in his language and his henchmen. it’s as if there is a checklist that must be met to insure all the ingredients of the recipe are fulfilled. for example, when bond is captured by scipio, he is told by scipio’s translator. “i have total control here in marseilles,” he announces villainously. “the port, the city, the police, the justice system? it is all mine!”.

overall the book is a quick and enjoyable read. if a bit predictable. certainly not an award winner by any stretch of the imagination, and i am most glad i read this installment.
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u.s. publication date and publisher harper november 6, 2018 (with a different cover).

this book: 007 is dead. ‘m’ only has, at his disposal, two other agents sanctioned to kill, and one of them is decommissioned due to injuries. thus ‘m’ decides it is time to promote james bond into that elite role of sanctioned killer. after a trial test run in stockholm for mr. bond, ‘m’ finds him worthy of the double digits. he lets bond choose his own number, and bond chooses 007 as a tribute to his predecessor who had died in france.

and so begins anthony horowitz’s second authorized outing following last years “trigger mortis” in the new saga of mr. james bond, titled “forever and a day”. early on we are introduced to ‘jim’, as one of the antagonists calls bond, in a restaurant, as he is “stabbing at a bad filet mignon accompanied by a worse glass of burgundy”. soon he meets a femme who may or may not be fatale. her name is sixtine. a cool and elegant card shark that bond has been warned about. when bond orders them drinks, sixteen prefers her martini shaken and not stirred, he notes.

once again the fleming estate has bequeathed onto mr. horowitz some of mr. flemings original material which he incorporates into this book. according to horowitz, in his afterword/acknowledgements, this time the inclusion of the additional material is in chapter seven, incorporated from the outline of an american television production that never came to fruition.

if i had any problems with this book, it would encompass the need for the exceptional ‘bond villain’ which seems to be needed in every book. this book is no exception. our villain is named scipio (i christened him sippie-cup as i was reading) a super-rich, super-evil drug lord who comes off to me rather cartoonish in his language and his henchmen. it’s as if there is a checklist that must be met to insure all the ingredients of the recipe are fulfilled. for example, when bond is captured by scipio, he is told by scipio’s translator. “i have total control here in marseilles,” he announces villainously. “the port, the city, the police, the justice system? it is all mine!”.

overall the book is a quick and enjoyable read. if a bit predictable. certainly not an award winner by any stretch of the imagination, and i am most glad i read this installment.
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u.s. publication date and publisher harper november 6, 2018 (with a different cover).

this book: 007 is dead. ‘m’ only has, at his disposal, two other agents sanctioned to kill, and one of them is decommissioned due to injuries. thus ‘m’ decides it is time to promote james bond into that elite role of sanctioned killer. after a trial test run in stockholm for mr. bond, ‘m’ finds him worthy of the double digits. he lets bond choose his own number, and bond chooses 007 as a tribute to his predecessor who had died in france.

and so begins anthony horowitz’s second authorized outing following last years “trigger mortis” in the new saga of mr. james bond, titled “forever and a day”. early on we are introduced to ‘jim’, as one of the antagonists calls bond, in a restaurant, as he is “stabbing at a bad filet mignon accompanied by a worse glass of burgundy”. soon he meets a femme who may or may not be fatale. her name is sixtine. a cool and elegant card shark that bond has been warned about. when bond orders them drinks, sixteen prefers her martini shaken and not stirred, he notes.

once again the fleming estate has bequeathed onto mr. horowitz some of mr. flemings original material which he incorporates into this book. according to horowitz, in his afterword/acknowledgements, this time the inclusion of the additional material is in chapter seven, incorporated from the outline of an american television production that never came to fruition.

if i had any problems with this book, it would encompass the need for the exceptional ‘bond villain’ which seems to be needed in every book. this book is no exception. our villain is named scipio (i christened him sippie-cup as i was reading) a super-rich, super-evil drug lord who comes off to me rather cartoonish in his language and his henchmen. it’s as if there is a checklist that must be met to insure all the ingredients of the recipe are fulfilled. for example, when bond is captured by scipio, he is told by scipio’s translator. “i have total control here in marseilles,” he announces villainously. “the port, the city, the police, the justice system? it is all mine!”.

overall the book is a quick and enjoyable read. if a bit predictable. certainly not an award winner by any stretch of the imagination, and i am most glad i read this installment.
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u.s. publication date and publisher harper november 6, 2018 (with a different cover).

this book: 007 is dead. ‘m’ only has, at his disposal, two other agents sanctioned to kill, and one of them is decommissioned due to injuries. thus ‘m’ decides it is time to promote james bond into that elite role of sanctioned killer. after a trial test run in stockholm for mr. bond, ‘m’ finds him worthy of the double digits. he lets bond choose his own number, and bond chooses 007 as a tribute to his predecessor who had died in france.

and so begins anthony horowitz’s second authorized outing following last years “trigger mortis” in the new saga of mr. james bond, titled “forever and a day”. early on we are introduced to ‘jim’, as one of the antagonists calls bond, in a restaurant, as he is “stabbing at a bad filet mignon accompanied by a worse glass of burgundy”. soon he meets a femme who may or may not be fatale. her name is sixtine. a cool and elegant card shark that bond has been warned about. when bond orders them drinks, sixteen prefers her martini shaken and not stirred, he notes.

once again the fleming estate has bequeathed onto mr. horowitz some of mr. flemings original material which he incorporates into this book. according to horowitz, in his afterword/acknowledgements, this time the inclusion of the additional material is in chapter seven, incorporated from the outline of an american television production that never came to fruition.

if i had any problems with this book, it would encompass the need for the exceptional ‘bond villain’ which seems to be needed in every book. this book is no exception. our villain is named scipio (i christened him sippie-cup as i was reading) a super-rich, super-evil drug lord who comes off to me rather cartoonish in his language and his henchmen. it’s as if there is a checklist that must be met to insure all the ingredients of the recipe are fulfilled. for example, when bond is captured by scipio, he is told by scipio’s translator. “i have total control here in marseilles,” he announces villainously. “the port, the city, the police, the justice system? it is all mine!”.

overall the book is a quick and enjoyable read. if a bit predictable. certainly not an award winner by any stretch of the imagination, and i am most glad i read this installment.
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u.s. publication date and publisher harper november 6, 2018 (with a different cover).

this book: 007 is dead. ‘m’ only has, at his disposal, two other agents sanctioned to kill, and one of them is decommissioned due to injuries. thus ‘m’ decides it is time to promote james bond into that elite role of sanctioned killer. after a trial test run in stockholm for mr. bond, ‘m’ finds him worthy of the double digits. he lets bond choose his own number, and bond chooses 007 as a tribute to his predecessor who had died in france.

and so begins anthony horowitz’s second authorized outing following last years “trigger mortis” in the new saga of mr. james bond, titled “forever and a day”. early on we are introduced to ‘jim’, as one of the antagonists calls bond, in a restaurant, as he is “stabbing at a bad filet mignon accompanied by a worse glass of burgundy”. soon he meets a femme who may or may not be fatale. her name is sixtine. a cool and elegant card shark that bond has been warned about. when bond orders them drinks, sixteen prefers her martini shaken and not stirred, he notes.

once again the fleming estate has bequeathed onto mr. horowitz some of mr. flemings original material which he incorporates into this book. according to horowitz, in his afterword/acknowledgements, this time the inclusion of the additional material is in chapter seven, incorporated from the outline of an american television production that never came to fruition.

if i had any problems with this book, it would encompass the need for the exceptional ‘bond villain’ which seems to be needed in every book. this book is no exception. our villain is named scipio (i christened him sippie-cup as i was reading) a super-rich, super-evil drug lord who comes off to me rather cartoonish in his language and his henchmen. it’s as if there is a checklist that must be met to insure all the ingredients of the recipe are fulfilled. for example, when bond is captured by scipio, he is told by scipio’s translator. “i have total control here in marseilles,” he announces villainously. “the port, the city, the police, the justice system? it is all mine!”.

overall the book is a quick and enjoyable read. if a bit predictable. certainly not an award winner by any stretch of the imagination, and i am most glad i read this installment.
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u.s. publication date and publisher harper november 6, 2018 (with a different cover).

this book: 007 is dead. ‘m’ only has, at his disposal, two other agents sanctioned to kill, and one of them is decommissioned due to injuries. thus ‘m’ decides it is time to promote james bond into that elite role of sanctioned killer. after a trial test run in stockholm for mr. bond, ‘m’ finds him worthy of the double digits. he lets bond choose his own number, and bond chooses 007 as a tribute to his predecessor who had died in france.

and so begins anthony horowitz’s second authorized outing following last years “trigger mortis” in the new saga of mr. james bond, titled “forever and a day”. early on we are introduced to ‘jim’, as one of the antagonists calls bond, in a restaurant, as he is “stabbing at a bad filet mignon accompanied by a worse glass of burgundy”. soon he meets a femme who may or may not be fatale. her name is sixtine. a cool and elegant card shark that bond has been warned about. when bond orders them drinks, sixteen prefers her martini shaken and not stirred, he notes.

once again the fleming estate has bequeathed onto mr. horowitz some of mr. flemings original material which he incorporates into this book. according to horowitz, in his afterword/acknowledgements, this time the inclusion of the additional material is in chapter seven, incorporated from the outline of an american television production that never came to fruition.

if i had any problems with this book, it would encompass the need for the exceptional ‘bond villain’ which seems to be needed in every book. this book is no exception. our villain is named scipio (i christened him sippie-cup as i was reading) a super-rich, super-evil drug lord who comes off to me rather cartoonish in his language and his henchmen. it’s as if there is a checklist that must be met to insure all the ingredients of the recipe are fulfilled. for example, when bond is captured by scipio, he is told by scipio’s translator. “i have total control here in marseilles,” he announces villainously. “the port, the city, the police, the justice system? it is all mine!”.

overall the book is a quick and enjoyable read. if a bit predictable. certainly not an award winner by any stretch of the imagination, and i am most glad i read this installment.
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and so begins anthony horowitz’s second authorized outing following last years “trigger mortis” in the new saga of mr. james bond, titled “forever and a day”. early on we are introduced to ‘jim’, as one of the antagonists calls bond, in a restaurant, as he is “stabbing at a bad filet mignon accompanied by a worse glass of burgundy”. soon he meets a femme who may or may not be fatale. her name is sixtine. a cool and elegant card shark that bond has been warned about. when bond orders them drinks, sixteen prefers her martini shaken and not stirred, he notes.

once again the fleming estate has bequeathed onto mr. horowitz some of mr. flemings original material which he incorporates into this book. according to horowitz, in his afterword/acknowledgements, this time the inclusion of the additional material is in chapter seven, incorporated from the outline of an american television production that never came to fruition.

if i had any problems with this book, it would encompass the need for the exceptional ‘bond villain’ which seems to be needed in every book. this book is no exception. our villain is named scipio (i christened him sippie-cup as i was reading) a super-rich, super-evil drug lord who comes off to me rather cartoonish in his language and his henchmen. it’s as if there is a checklist that must be met to insure all the ingredients of the recipe are fulfilled. for example, when bond is captured by scipio, he is told by scipio’s translator. “i have total control here in marseilles,” he announces villainously. “the port, the city, the police, the justice system? it is all mine!”.

overall the book is a quick and enjoyable read. if a bit predictable. certainly not an award winner by any stretch of the imagination, and i am most glad i read this installment.
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u.s. publication date and publisher harper november 6, 2018 (with a different cover).

this book: 007 is dead. ‘m’ only has, at his disposal, two other agents sanctioned to kill, and one of them is decommissioned due to injuries. thus ‘m’ decides it is time to promote james bond into that elite role of sanctioned killer. after a trial test run in stockholm for mr. bond, ‘m’ finds him worthy of the double digits. he lets bond choose his own number, and bond chooses 007 as a tribute to his predecessor who had died in france.

and so begins anthony horowitz’s second authorized outing following last years “trigger mortis” in the new saga of mr. james bond, titled “forever and a day”. early on we are introduced to ‘jim’, as one of the antagonists calls bond, in a restaurant, as he is “stabbing at a bad filet mignon accompanied by a worse glass of burgundy”. soon he meets a femme who may or may not be fatale. her name is sixtine. a cool and elegant card shark that bond has been warned about. when bond orders them drinks, sixteen prefers her martini shaken and not stirred, he notes.

once again the fleming estate has bequeathed onto mr. horowitz some of mr. flemings original material which he incorporates into this book. according to horowitz, in his afterword/acknowledgements, this time the inclusion of the additional material is in chapter seven, incorporated from the outline of an american television production that never came to fruition.

if i had any problems with this book, it would encompass the need for the exceptional ‘bond villain’ which seems to be needed in every book. this book is no exception. our villain is named scipio (i christened him sippie-cup as i was reading) a super-rich, super-evil drug lord who comes off to me rather cartoonish in his language and his henchmen. it’s as if there is a checklist that must be met to insure all the ingredients of the recipe are fulfilled. for example, when bond is captured by scipio, he is told by scipio’s translator. “i have total control here in marseilles,” he announces villainously. “the port, the city, the police, the justice system? it is all mine!”.

overall the book is a quick and enjoyable read. if a bit predictable. certainly not an award winner by any stretch of the imagination, and i am most glad i read this installment.
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u.s. publication date and publisher harper november 6, 2018 (with a different cover).

this book: 007 is dead. ‘m’ only has, at his disposal, two other agents sanctioned to kill, and one of them is decommissioned due to injuries. thus ‘m’ decides it is time to promote james bond into that elite role of sanctioned killer. after a trial test run in stockholm for mr. bond, ‘m’ finds him worthy of the double digits. he lets bond choose his own number, and bond chooses 007 as a tribute to his predecessor who had died in france.

and so begins anthony horowitz’s second authorized outing following last years “trigger mortis” in the new saga of mr. james bond, titled “forever and a day”. early on we are introduced to ‘jim’, as one of the antagonists calls bond, in a restaurant, as he is “stabbing at a bad filet mignon accompanied by a worse glass of burgundy”. soon he meets a femme who may or may not be fatale. her name is sixtine. a cool and elegant card shark that bond has been warned about. when bond orders them drinks, sixteen prefers her martini shaken and not stirred, he notes.

once again the fleming estate has bequeathed onto mr. horowitz some of mr. flemings original material which he incorporates into this book. according to horowitz, in his afterword/acknowledgements, this time the inclusion of the additional material is in chapter seven, incorporated from the outline of an american television production that never came to fruition.

if i had any problems with this book, it would encompass the need for the exceptional ‘bond villain’ which seems to be needed in every book. this book is no exception. our villain is named scipio (i christened him sippie-cup as i was reading) a super-rich, super-evil drug lord who comes off to me rather cartoonish in his language and his henchmen. it’s as if there is a checklist that must be met to insure all the ingredients of the recipe are fulfilled. for example, when bond is captured by scipio, he is told by scipio’s translator. “i have total control here in marseilles,” he announces villainously. “the port, the city, the police, the justice system? it is all mine!”.

overall the book is a quick and enjoyable read. if a bit predictable. certainly not an award winner by any stretch of the imagination, and i am most glad i read this installment.
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u.s. publication date and publisher harper november 6, 2018 (with a different cover).

this book: 007 is dead. ‘m’ only has, at his disposal, two other agents sanctioned to kill, and one of them is decommissioned due to injuries. thus ‘m’ decides it is time to promote james bond into that elite role of sanctioned killer. after a trial test run in stockholm for mr. bond, ‘m’ finds him worthy of the double digits. he lets bond choose his own number, and bond chooses 007 as a tribute to his predecessor who had died in france.

and so begins anthony horowitz’s second authorized outing following last years “trigger mortis” in the new saga of mr. james bond, titled “forever and a day”. early on we are introduced to ‘jim’, as one of the antagonists calls bond, in a restaurant, as he is “stabbing at a bad filet mignon accompanied by a worse glass of burgundy”. soon he meets a femme who may or may not be fatale. her name is sixtine. a cool and elegant card shark that bond has been warned about. when bond orders them drinks, sixteen prefers her martini shaken and not stirred, he notes.

once again the fleming estate has bequeathed onto mr. horowitz some of mr. flemings original material which he incorporates into this book. according to horowitz, in his afterword/acknowledgements, this time the inclusion of the additional material is in chapter seven, incorporated from the outline of an american television production that never came to fruition.

if i had any problems with this book, it would encompass the need for the exceptional ‘bond villain’ which seems to be needed in every book. this book is no exception. our villain is named scipio (i christened him sippie-cup as i was reading) a super-rich, super-evil drug lord who comes off to me rather cartoonish in his language and his henchmen. it’s as if there is a checklist that must be met to insure all the ingredients of the recipe are fulfilled. for example, when bond is captured by scipio, he is told by scipio’s translator. “i have total control here in marseilles,” he announces villainously. “the port, the city, the police, the justice system? it is all mine!”.

overall the book is a quick and enjoyable read. if a bit predictable. certainly not an award winner by any stretch of the imagination, and i am most glad i read this installment.
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u.s. publication date and publisher harper november 6, 2018 (with a different cover).

this book: 007 is dead. ‘m’ only has, at his disposal, two other agents sanctioned to kill, and one of them is decommissioned due to injuries. thus ‘m’ decides it is time to promote james bond into that elite role of sanctioned killer. after a trial test run in stockholm for mr. bond, ‘m’ finds him worthy of the double digits. he lets bond choose his own number, and bond chooses 007 as a tribute to his predecessor who had died in france.

and so begins anthony horowitz’s second authorized outing following last years “trigger mortis” in the new saga of mr. james bond, titled “forever and a day”. early on we are introduced to ‘jim’, as one of the antagonists calls bond, in a restaurant, as he is “stabbing at a bad filet mignon accompanied by a worse glass of burgundy”. soon he meets a femme who may or may not be fatale. her name is sixtine. a cool and elegant card shark that bond has been warned about. when bond orders them drinks, sixteen prefers her martini shaken and not stirred, he notes.

once again the fleming estate has bequeathed onto mr. horowitz some of mr. flemings original material which he incorporates into this book. according to horowitz, in his afterword/acknowledgements, this time the inclusion of the additional material is in chapter seven, incorporated from the outline of an american television production that never came to fruition.

if i had any problems with this book, it would encompass the need for the exceptional ‘bond villain’ which seems to be needed in every book. this book is no exception. our villain is named scipio (i christened him sippie-cup as i was reading) a super-rich, super-evil drug lord who comes off to me rather cartoonish in his language and his henchmen. it’s as if there is a checklist that must be met to insure all the ingredients of the recipe are fulfilled. for example, when bond is captured by scipio, he is told by scipio’s translator. “i have total control here in marseilles,” he announces villainously. “the port, the city, the police, the justice system? it is all mine!”.

overall the book is a quick and enjoyable read. if a bit predictable. certainly not an award winner by any stretch of the imagination, and i am most glad i read this installment.
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u.s. publication date and publisher harper november 6, 2018 (with a different cover).

this book: 007 is dead. ‘m’ only has, at his disposal, two other agents sanctioned to kill, and one of them is decommissioned due to injuries. thus ‘m’ decides it is time to promote james bond into that elite role of sanctioned killer. after a trial test run in stockholm for mr. bond, ‘m’ finds him worthy of the double digits. he lets bond choose his own number, and bond chooses 007 as a tribute to his predecessor who had died in france.

and so begins anthony horowitz’s second authorized outing following last years “trigger mortis” in the new saga of mr. james bond, titled “forever and a day”. early on we are introduced to ‘jim’, as one of the antagonists calls bond, in a restaurant, as he is “stabbing at a bad filet mignon accompanied by a worse glass of burgundy”. soon he meets a femme who may or may not be fatale. her name is sixtine. a cool and elegant card shark that bond has been warned about. when bond orders them drinks, sixteen prefers her martini shaken and not stirred, he notes.

once again the fleming estate has bequeathed onto mr. horowitz some of mr. flemings original material which he incorporates into this book. according to horowitz, in his afterword/acknowledgements, this time the inclusion of the additional material is in chapter seven, incorporated from the outline of an american television production that never came to fruition.

if i had any problems with this book, it would encompass the need for the exceptional ‘bond villain’ which seems to be needed in every book. this book is no exception. our villain is named scipio (i christened him sippie-cup as i was reading) a super-rich, super-evil drug lord who comes off to me rather cartoonish in his language and his henchmen. it’s as if there is a checklist that must be met to insure all the ingredients of the recipe are fulfilled. for example, when bond is captured by scipio, he is told by scipio’s translator. “i have total control here in marseilles,” he announces villainously. “the port, the city, the police, the justice system? it is all mine!”.

overall the book is a quick and enjoyable read. if a bit predictable. certainly not an award winner by any stretch of the imagination, and i am most glad i read this installment.
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u.s. publication date and publisher harper november 6, 2018 (with a different cover).

this book: 007 is dead. ‘m’ only has, at his disposal, two other agents sanctioned to kill, and one of them is decommissioned due to injuries. thus ‘m’ decides it is time to promote james bond into that elite role of sanctioned killer. after a trial test run in stockholm for mr. bond, ‘m’ finds him worthy of the double digits. he lets bond choose his own number, and bond chooses 007 as a tribute to his predecessor who had died in france.

and so begins anthony horowitz’s second authorized outing following last years “trigger mortis” in the new saga of mr. james bond, titled “forever and a day”. early on we are introduced to ‘jim’, as one of the antagonists calls bond, in a restaurant, as he is “stabbing at a bad filet mignon accompanied by a worse glass of burgundy”. soon he meets a femme who may or may not be fatale. her name is sixtine. a cool and elegant card shark that bond has been warned about. when bond orders them drinks, sixteen prefers her martini shaken and not stirred, he notes.

once again the fleming estate has bequeathed onto mr. horowitz some of mr. flemings original material which he incorporates into this book. according to horowitz, in his afterword/acknowledgements, this time the inclusion of the additional material is in chapter seven, incorporated from the outline of an american television production that never came to fruition.

if i had any problems with this book, it would encompass the need for the exceptional ‘bond villain’ which seems to be needed in every book. this book is no exception. our villain is named scipio (i christened him sippie-cup as i was reading) a super-rich, super-evil drug lord who comes off to me rather cartoonish in his language and his henchmen. it’s as if there is a checklist that must be met to insure all the ingredients of the recipe are fulfilled. for example, when bond is captured by scipio, he is told by scipio’s translator. “i have total control here in marseilles,” he announces villainously. “the port, the city, the police, the justice system? it is all mine!”.

overall the book is a quick and enjoyable read. if a bit predictable. certainly not an award winner by any stretch of the imagination, and i am most glad i read this installment.
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u.s. publication date and publisher harper november 6, 2018 (with a different cover).

this book: 007 is dead. ‘m’ only has, at his disposal, two other agents sanctioned to kill, and one of them is decommissioned due to injuries. thus ‘m’ decides it is time to promote james bond into that elite role of sanctioned killer. after a trial test run in stockholm for mr. bond, ‘m’ finds him worthy of the double digits. he lets bond choose his own number, and bond chooses 007 as a tribute to his predecessor who had died in france.

and so begins anthony horowitz’s second authorized outing following last years “trigger mortis” in the new saga of mr. james bond, titled “forever and a day”. early on we are introduced to ‘jim’, as one of the antagonists calls bond, in a restaurant, as he is “stabbing at a bad filet mignon accompanied by a worse glass of burgundy”. soon he meets a femme who may or may not be fatale. her name is sixtine. a cool and elegant card shark that bond has been warned about. when bond orders them drinks, sixteen prefers her martini shaken and not stirred, he notes.

once again the fleming estate has bequeathed onto mr. horowitz some of mr. flemings original material which he incorporates into this book. according to horowitz, in his afterword/acknowledgements, this time the inclusion of the additional material is in chapter seven, incorporated from the outline of an american television production that never came to fruition.

if i had any problems with this book, it would encompass the need for the exceptional ‘bond villain’ which seems to be needed in every book. this book is no exception. our villain is named scipio (i christened him sippie-cup as i was reading) a super-rich, super-evil drug lord who comes off to me rather cartoonish in his language and his henchmen. it’s as if there is a checklist that must be met to insure all the ingredients of the recipe are fulfilled. for example, when bond is captured by scipio, he is told by scipio’s translator. “i have total control here in marseilles,” he announces villainously. “the port, the city, the police, the justice system? it is all mine!”.

overall the book is a quick and enjoyable read. if a bit predictable. certainly not an award winner by any stretch of the imagination, and i am most glad i read this installment.
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