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James Bond: The Union Trilogy: Three 007 Novels: High Time to Kill, Doubleshot, Never Dream of Dying
     

James Bond: The Union Trilogy: Three 007 Novels: High Time to Kill, Doubleshot, Never Dream of Dying

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by Raymond Benson
 

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"Raymond Benson captures the spirit and pluck of Fleming's 007 in his high-flying spy thrillers."—Chicago TribuneHIGH TIME TO KILL
This high octane adventure takes 007 from one of England's most exclusive golf clubs to the cosmopolitan city of Brussels, and finally to an expedition up the icy heights of the third tallest peak in the Himalayas.DOUBLESHOT
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"Raymond Benson captures the spirit and pluck of Fleming's 007 in his high-flying spy thrillers."—Chicago TribuneHIGH TIME TO KILL
This high octane adventure takes 007 from one of England's most exclusive golf clubs to the cosmopolitan city of Brussels, and finally to an expedition up the icy heights of the third tallest peak in the Himalayas.DOUBLESHOT
The Union has vowed revenge on James Bond and has concocted an ingenious and complex scheme to destroy him. The only way Bond can hold onto his sanity is to embark on a mission that takes him from the seedy underbelly of London's Soho to the souks of Tangier; from a Union training camp in Morocco to the clutches of a deadly Spanish beauty.NEVER DREAM OF DYING
In the third and final part of the trilogy, James Bond finally comes face to face with the Union's enigmatic leader. The journey eventually takes 007 to a thrilling underwater brush with mortality, a chase through the Corsican wilderness, and a surprise encounter with an old friend.
Plus, the short story "Blast from the Past," never collected in book form before!

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“It's clear that Benson is the best of the successors to Bond creator Fleming. Fans of Fleming's original novels can pick up a Benson adventure and feel right at home.”

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781605980072
Publisher:
Pegasus
Publication date:
10/28/2008
Pages:
832
Sales rank:
536,529
Product dimensions:
5.90(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.90(d)

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Between 1996 and 2002, Raymond Benson assumed the mantel of writing the 007 novels. He wrote six Bond novels during that time and three film novelizations. His James Bond Bedside Companion was nominated for an Edgar award. Pegasus Books has brought Benson's Bond books back into print in two collections: James Bond: The Union Trilogy and James Bond: Choice of Weapons.

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James Bond: The Union Trilogy: Three 007 Novels: High Time to Kill, Doubleshot, Never Dream of Dying 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
iamflemingfan More than 1 year ago
High Time to Kill reunites Bond with a snob from his boyhood days at Eton. Great action in the Himalayas battling Union forces. Doubleshot: not only is Bond battling Union forces, but, his physical & mental recovery from injuries sustained on the mountain in the previous novel are hindering his every move. He's plagued by an almost overwhelming sense of self-doubt along with terrible headaches, blackouts & hallucinations. Memorable scenes awakening in a pool of blood, battling for his life in a bullring, & the thrilling climax make this one Benson's finest. Never Dream of Dying puts Bond up against a villain obsessed with the human eyes. Renee Mathis & Bond are tortured by this villain. Not for the faint of heart. Blast from the Past is a Benson short story about the murder of Bond's son to Kissy Suzuki (You Only Live Twice.) Bond is up against a villain he had thought to be dead who shaves Bond with a razor coated with poison.
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This has to be one of the best bond books out there!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good coolection James Bond Stories are always good even though its not Ian Fleming the plots are still very interesting. Benson's take on the charactor is completly original especially in Doubleshot. All of the books are in a way different and the same from Fleming's work. Very much recomended for everyone