Literary Bond

Ian Fleming: The Spy Who Loved Me (1962)

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"James Bond glanced over his shoulder at them and then got down off his stool and took off his raincoat and hat and put them on to...

Ian Fleming: Thunderball (1961) – Count Lippe

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"He was an athletic-looking six foot, dressed in the sort of casually well-cut beige herring-bone tweed that suggests Anderson an...

Ian Fleming: Thunderball (1961)

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"A scar down his right cheek showed pale against a tan so mild that he must have only recently come to the island. He was wearing ...

Ian Fleming: For Your Eyes Only (1960)

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From the short story "For Your Eyes Only" in For Your Eyes Only by Ian Fleming: "He ran his eye over Bond's old black and whit...

Ian Fleming: Goldfinger (1959)

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"Bond changed his socks and put on the battered old pair of nailed Saxones. He took off the coat of his yellowing black and white ...

Ian Fleming: Dr. No (1958)

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"He went into his room and dressed in his old dark blue tropical worsted suit, a sleeveless white cotton shirt and a black knitted...

Ian Fleming: From Russia With Love (1957)

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"A section of dark suit, white shirt and black knitted tie completed the picture." (Chapter 6) A short and basic description of J...

Ian Fleming: Diamonds Are Forever (1956)

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"In transit it was six o'clock on Thursday evening and Bond was packing his suitcase in his bedroom at the Ritz. It was a battered...