James Bond: The Authorised Biography

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Century, 2007 - Bond, James (Fictitious character) - 339 pages
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John Pearson writes this authorised biography of one of the most famous spies of all time, James Bond, from his unique perspective of being a close personal friend and colleague of Ian Fleming, Bond's creator.

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User Review  - aadyer - LibraryThing

I liked John Pearson's biography of Ian Fleming, and thought that this would be a similar piece. It is very inconsistent, is the main thing that I would say. There are some genuinely fascinating ... Read full review

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User Review  - reeread - LibraryThing

According to this biography, James Bond was real and a friend of Ian Fleming's. The author traces evidence to support his theory which ultimately leads him to the Bahamas and extended interviews with ... Read full review

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About the author (2007)

John Pearson is a Cambridge graduate. He worked on the Economist Intelligence Unit and as a BBC trainee producer before working for Ian Fleming as his assistant on the “Atticus” column for theSunday Times.

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