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Introducing James Bond: charming, sophisticated, handsome, chillingly ruthless, and licensed to kill. This, the first of Ian Fleming's tales of Secret Agent 007, finds Bond on a mission to neutralize a lethal, high-rolling Russian operative called "Le Chiffre." The battle begins with a fifty-million-franc game of baccarat. If Bond can bring Le Chiffre to ruin at the baccarat table, his Soviet spymasters will be forced to "retire" him. It seems...
James Bond is targeted for elimination by SMERSH, and the malevolent Colonel Rosa Klebb has set a trap in Istanbul. The bait is the Spektor decoding machine, which is to be delivered by the irresistible Tatiana Romanova. The assassin is Red Grant, a psychopath who has defected from the West. Bond and Tatiana become pawns in a game of cross and double-cross that reaches its deadly finale on the Orient Express.
This audiobook includes a bonus interview...
When 007 turns up at a sleepy American backwoods motel, it doesn't take him long to realize that Vivienne Michel is in a tight spot, and that Sol Horror and Sluggsy Morant are hardened killers bent on destruction. Escaping from a past she doesn't want to relive, Viv turns to James Bond to save her.
This audiobook includes a bonus interview with Rosamund Pike.
11) Dr No
The last book written by Ian Fleming, but by no means the least. In "Octopussy," a talented but wayward British major pays a high price when his wartime past catches up with him, while in "The Property of a Lady," a Fabergé egg leads Bond to a KGB spy. In "The Living Daylights," Bond has a perilous rendezvous in sniper's alley between East and West Berlin, and "007 in New York" (read by Lucy Fleming) sees him sent to America to warn an ex-MI6...
20) Carta blanca
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