Monday, October 1, 2012

RAYMOND BENSON Bond novels and MONEYPENNY DIARIES released as eBooks

The six James Bond novels by Raymond Benson and the three Moneypenny Diaries novels by Kate Westbrook a.k.a. Samantha Weinberg have been released by IFP as eBooks. The eBooks sport terrific new cover art and are available for the Kindle from Amazon in the U.S. and UK.


James Bond eBooks by Raymond Benson
Zero Minus Ten - Amazon.com / Amazon.co.uk
The Facts of Death - Amazon.com / Amazon.co.uk
High Time To Kill - Amazon.com / Amazon.co.uk
Doubleshot - Amazon.com / Amazon.co.uk
Never Dream of Dying - Amazon.com / Amazon.co.uk
The Man With The Red Tattoo - Amazon.com / Amazon.co.uk



The Moneypenny Diaries eBooks
Guardian Angel - Amazon.com / Amazon.co.uk
Secret Servant - Amazon.com / Amazon.co.uk
Final Fling - Amazon.com / Amazon.co.uk

Thanks to IFP for the cover images.

6 comments:

  1. What's with the 87 on the cover?

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    1. Oh, shoot. Now you've got me seeing it.

      Am kind of partial to that TMWTRT cover, and the French flag colour scheme for Never Dream of Dying.

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    2. I like that NDOD cover as well.

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  2. Flippin' 'eck, Tucker. I didn't think I'd see any good covers this year. These are terrific.

    Dan Gale
    Whose amazing iphone4S iOS6 update prevents him from giving his name and website on this blog. Sort it out Apple/Blogger!

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  3. I like the Benson covers, too. Too bad they're just ebooks; I'd like to collect them.

    The Moneypenny ones are ok, but not nearly as good as the original Stina Persson ones. And I'd always hoped to see her go back and do one for Guardian Angel. At least All the previous covers had guns on them. These fashion cut outs convey the Suxties setting, but little else. Moneypenny is not particularly fashion-oriented in Fleming or Weinberg. They should have taken this opportunity to clearly convey that these are BOND BOOKS, because they very much are! But those covers will do little to attract male spy fans. They already tried marketing these to women and failed miserably; it's time to go the other direction. These are surprisingly among the best of the continuation novels (especially the second one), and deserve a wider audience.

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