Tagged: James Bond

Octopus signs official James Bond cocktail book

Mitchell Beazley has acquired the official James Bond cocktail book, Shaken: Drinking with James Bond & Ian Fleming, created in close collaboration with the Ian Fleming... Read more

Horowitz pens new Bond novel for Jonathan Cape

Novelist and screenwriter Anthony Horowitz is writing a new James Bond novel for "Ian Fleming’s original publisher", Vintage imprint Jonathan Cape.... Read more

Spymaster 'M' biography to Preface

Preface Publishing has acquired M: The True Story of Maxwell Knight, Britain’s Most Successful Spymaster by Henry Hemming (pictured). Trevor Dolby, publisher of Preface, acquired UK and... Read more

Fergus Fleming: Interview

To congratulate himself on completing his début novel Casino Royale in 1952, Ian Fleming ordered himself a gold-plated typewriter from New York: a Royal Quiet... Read more

Reviewers' verdicts on Anthony Horowitz's Trigger Mortis

Critics have praised Anthony Horowitz’s James Bond novel Trigger Mortis (Orion), although there has been some criticism over his inclusion of Bond girl Pussy Galore... Read more

Waterstones to host Trigger Mortis interactive experience

Waterstones Piccadilly will host a week-long interactive pop-up experience inspired by Anthony Horowitz’s new James Bond novel, Trigger Mortis (Orion). The book is set in... Read more

Oyelowo named narrator for new Bond novel

Actor and director David Oyelowo has been named as the narrator of the audiobook edition of Anthony Horowitz’s forthcoming James Bond novel, Trigger Mortis (Orion).... Read more

Trigger Mortis revealed as title for Horowitz's Bond

Anthony Horowitz’s forthcoming James Bond novel will be called Trigger Mortis (Orion), and the book will see the return of iconic Bond Girl Pussy Galore.... Read more

Horowitz to write next 'James Bond'

Anthony Horowitz is to pen the new James Bond novel, which will be published by Orion and will contain a section of previously unseen material... Read more

Images of Icons: The Eternal Moment

Fifty years on from Marilyn Monroe's death, we look at how our lifelong memory of iconic people can be fixed by one indelible image Read more

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