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#1: Well-Know Writer for New Bond Novel in 2008

Posted on 2006-07-21 15:25:03 by youngbond

A brand new Bond novel to mark the Ian Fleming Centenary in May 2008

Ian Fleming Publications Ltd have commissioned a very well-known and
highly respected author to write a new James Bond novel. The launch of
the new book, which promises to be a major publishing event, will mark
the centenary of Ian Fleming's birth in May 2008.

Corinne Turner of Ian Fleming Publications Ltd comments, "We are
delighted to have secured this particular author who we have had in
mind for some time now. He is the perfect writer for this project and
we are greatly looking forward to his take on James Bond, in what we
are convinced will be a stunning novel."

A publisher has not yet been sought and the identity of the author will
be a closely guarded secret until publication.

Ian Fleming, whose one hundredth birthday will be celebrated on the
28th May 2008, gained worldwide acclaim for his most famous literary
creation - the suave but deadly British secret agent, James Bond.

The Bond novels are, however, just one aspect of a fascinating life
that combined the flamboyant elements of 007 with a unique creativity.
Fleming was not only a novelist, but also a journalist, sportsman,
naval commander, traveller, intelligence officer and bon-viveur.

2008 will be dedicated to a broad range of events and publications
designed to celebrate the life of this literary legend and to examine
his legacy. The programme includes a major exhibition featuring
never-before-seen material. Further events will reflect Fleming's
passions and experiences in the worlds of art, literature, journalism,
sport, motoring and travel.

Corinne Turner adds, "The Ian Fleming Centenary presents an exciting
opportunity to celebrate an extraordinary life. Our centenary plans
are well underway and we are sure that there are more possibilities
still to be explored."

Source: The Young Bond Dossier
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#2: Re: Well-Know Writer for New Bond Novel in 2008

Posted on 2006-07-21 16:58:17 by David A McIntee

Hm, so long as it's not fucking James Patterson or somebody like that.

My money's on Freddie Forsyth.


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#3: Re: Well-Know Writer for New Bond Novel in 2008

Posted on 2006-07-21 17:24:03 by WQ

David A McIntee wrote:
&gt; Hm, so long as it's not fucking James Patterson or somebody like that.
&gt;
&gt; My money's on Freddie Forsyth.

--- I really haven't been up to date on the thriller/espionage book
scene much, aside from always seeing names like Clancy, Rankin, Follet
and Koontz monopolizing bookstore shelves, but who really is producing
consistent work out there now in the way Fleming did with his Bond
series, Deighton with his nameless Harry Palmer, even Ted Mark with his
Steve Victor? Is there any new ongoing literary spy hero out there
that's making a name for himself? Or a series of spy or international
intrigue novels without a recurring hero being written by some new
generation star author to take note of?



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&gt; <a href="http://www.smof.com/redemption" target="_blank">http://www.smof.com/redemption</a>
&gt;
&gt; &quot;If the murder of twelve innocent people can help to save one human life, it
&gt; will have been worth it!&quot; [Dr Alfred Necessiter]
&gt;
&gt; Book At Bedtime: Silverthorn (Raymond E Feist)
&gt;
&gt;
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#4: Re: Well-Know Writer for New Bond Novel in 2008

Posted on 2006-07-21 17:30:13 by Mac

David A McIntee wrote:

&gt; Hm, so long as it's not fucking James Patterson or somebody like that.
&gt;
&gt; My money's on Freddie Forsyth.

Be interesting to see if it turns out to be one of the author's supplying
introductions for the re-issues.
--
--Mac

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#5: Re: Well-Know Writer for New Bond Novel in 2008

Posted on 2006-07-22 15:28:31 by Jim Barker

Mac wrote:
&gt; David A McIntee wrote:
&gt;
&gt;
&gt;&gt;Hm, so long as it's not fucking James Patterson or somebody like that.
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;My money's on Freddie Forsyth.
&gt;
&gt;
&gt; Be interesting to see if it turns out to be one of the author's supplying
&gt; introductions for the re-issues.

'He&quot;.... Not J. K Rowling then....

Actually I've always wanted to see what Lee Child would do with a Bond
novel.

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#6: Re: Well-Know Writer for New Bond Novel in 2008

Posted on 2006-07-22 17:40:32 by youngbond

Jim Barker wrote:

&gt;
&gt; Actually I've always wanted to see what Lee Child would do with a Bond
&gt; novel.
&gt;

Lee Child has ruled himself out.

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#7: Re: Well-Know Writer for New Bond Novel in 2008

Posted on 2006-07-22 18:54:08 by Jim Barker

youngbond wrote:
&gt; Jim Barker wrote:
&gt;
&gt;
&gt;&gt;Actually I've always wanted to see what Lee Child would do with a Bond
&gt;&gt;novel.
&gt;&gt;
&gt;
&gt;
&gt; Lee Child has ruled himself out.
&gt;
&gt; <a href="http://web.mac.com/zencato/iWeb/Young_Bond/News/2AD19923-529A-4FF9-AD26-0E454EABA375.html" target="_blank"> http://web.mac.com/zencato/iWeb/Young_Bond/News/2AD19923-529 A-4FF9-AD26-0E454EABA375.html</a>
&gt;
Shame....

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