Never Dream of Dying

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G.P. Putnam's Sons, 2001 - Fiction - 291 pages
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James Bond races to a final showdown with his deadliest foe. "Benson captures the spirit and pluck of Fleming's 007". San Francisco Examiner In Raymond Benson's chilling new James Bond novel, 007 comes face-to-face with the most cunning criminal mastermind he has ever fought-the blind genius behind the brutal organization called The Union. At a movie studio in Nice, a police raid goes horribly wrong-killing innocent men, women, and even children. In an English prison, a dead man discloses an intriguing secret about The Union. The trail leads James Bond to Paris, where he meets the tantalizing French movie star Tylyn Mignonne and embarks on a voyage of sensual discovery and mortal danger. Bond's journey takes him to a thrilling underwater brush with death, a chase through the Corsican wilderness, a thrilling climax at the Cannes Film Festival-and a final confrontation with a twisted criminal genius.

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After wobbly attempts to meld the quipping movie Bonds with the brooding British knight of the John Gardner stories, Benson brings the ageless superspy back to his Eurotrash roots—the French Riviera ... Read full review

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Contents

THE NEW WAR
1
THE BLIND MAN
12
THE FILMMAKER
21
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Raymond Benson is the author of The Facts of Death, Zero Minus Ten, High Time to Kill and the novelizations of Tomorrow Never Dies and The World Is Not Enough. He is a director of The Ian Fleming Foundation. Benson lives and works in the Chicago area.

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