The name's Bond, young master Bond

<p>Charlie Higson, co-creator of "The Fast Show", has written the first novel in a new children's series of stories from the teenage life of secret agent James Bond. The series was commissioned by Ian Fleming Publications, holders of the literary copyright to the character.</p><p>In SilverFin, 13-year-old James is at Eton, where he has a rivalry with a vicious American fellow schoolboy, George Hellebore. Then, staying with his aunt Charmian in Scotland for the holidays, James becomes aware of the mysterious disappearance of a boy close to a nearby castle where Hellebore's father lives. </p>...

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