A fine novel by a fine author. James Bond has to infiltrate a racist group and prevent a political assassination.... Never Dream Of Dying
Putnam, Jun 2001, 23.95, 272 pp.
In Nice, James Bond and his friend Rene Mathis fail to persuade Commandant Malherbe to call off the police raid. James and Rene feel the movie studio has too many civilians in the area while Malherbe feels they might not have a better opportunity to stop the Union from peddling their terrorist activities to the highest bidder. Nothing goes right as the raid turns into a trap leaving many dea... The Man With The Red Tattoo
THE MAN WITH THE RED TATTOO
Putnam, Jun 2002, 23, 95, 272 pp.
On a flight from Tokyo to England, passenger Kyoko McMahon becomes violently ill before dying. At about the same time near Tokyo, Kyoto's parents and her older sister also die. In England, the coroner believes that Kyoko died from a strand of West Nile disease, but only ten times deadlier than the normal strain.
James Bond attends the G8 summit in Japan to provide ... Zero Minus Ten
Benson's first Bond novel proves him a worthy author to carry on the Bond legacy. With vivid descriptions and wonderful plot, a reader can't resist this fine novel....