- Casino Royale (1953)
- Live And Let Die (1954)
- Moonraker (1955)
- Diamonds Are Forever (1956)
- From Russia With Love (1957)
- Dr. No (1958)
- Goldfinger (1959)
- For Your Eyes Only (1960)
- Thunderball (1961)
- The Spy Who Loved Me (1962)
- On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1963)
- You Only Live Twice (1964)
- The Man With The Golden Gun (1965)
- Octopussy & The Living Daylights (1966)
- Talk of The Devil (2008)
- U.S. Hardcovers
- U.S. Paperbacks
- UK Paperbacks
- License Renewed (1981)
- For Special Services (1982)
- Icebreaker (1983)
- Role of Honor (1984)
- Nobody Lives Forever (1986)
- No Deals, Mr. Bond (1987)
- Scorpius (1988)
- Win Lose or Die (1989)
- Licence To Kill (1989)
- Brokenclaw (1990)
- The Man From Barbarossa (1991)
- Death Is Forever (1992)
- Never Send Flowers (1993)
- SeaFire (1994)
- GoldenEye (1995)
- COLD (1996)
- UK Hardcovers
- U.S. Hardcovers
- U.S. & UK Paperbacks
- Large Print Editions
- German Paperbacks
- The Silver Beast (Saab)
- Young Bond
- The Secret History of Young James Bond
- Charlie Higson
- Steve Cole
- SilverFin (2005)
- Blood Fever (2006)
- Double or Die (2007)
- Hurricane Gold (2007)
- By Royal Command (2008)
- Danger Society: The Young Bond Dossier (2009)
- Shoot To Kill (2014)
- Heads You Die (2016)
- Strike Lightning (2016)
- Red Nemesis (2017)
- James Bond Origin (2018-19)
- First Editions (U.S.)
- First Editions (UK)
- Special Editions
- UK Paperbacks 1955-1979
- U.S. Movie Tie-In Editions
- UK Movie Tie-In Editions
- Fleming Still-Life Series
- Girls on Guns Series
- Signet Paperbacks
- Bantam's Bond
- The Jove Paperbacks
- Berkley Silhouette Series
- The Coronet Set
- The dueling Dr. No covers
- Richie Fahey Series
- Turkish Tie-Ins
Sunday, May 31, 2009
This exclusive VIP screening will be held in London on Tuesday, 23rd June and will be followed by a Q&A with Charlie Higson.
Click here for full details on how to enter.
The Enemy will be published by Puffin on 3rd September 2009. Set in contemporary London after a mystery illness attacks everyone over the age of 14, gangs of kids are left to fend for themselves, dodging adults who are so crazed by disease they have become little better than wild animals who feed on the living!
Saturday, May 30, 2009
First published in June 1976, "Nightbird" finds 007 searching for kidnapped actress Lisa Farrar in Paris and the Aegean. In "Ape of Diamonds" Bond is sent to Cario in search of a mysterious killer gorilla. "Hot-Shot" finds 007 tangling with his old adversary -- Dr. No!
This collection, which was originally announced for 2007 and then delayed, will complete the Titan series.
Nightbird is now available for pre-order at Amazon.com.
Story info from The Bond Files by Andy Lane and Paul Simpson.
Friday, May 29, 2009
This is the first Faulks/Devil May Care signing I've heard of. I don't believe he did any signings or appearances for the hardcover. Only pricey pre-signed limited editions were made available.
This is one event that shouldn't be missed!
Bentley was James Bond’s personal choice of car. The car you’ll be driving is the Bentley Continental GTC – a car that can accelerate from 0 to 60mph in 4.7 seconds. It can be three miles away in a mere 60 seconds. It does close to 200mph. The 12 cylinder, twin turbo engine delivers 552bhp through all four wheels and boasts an interior matched only by the most expensive yachts.
Click here to enter at Borders UK.
Thursday, May 28, 2009
The story is called A Hard Man to Kill and is set between the books Hurricane Gold and By Royal Command. The story finds James and his aunt Charmian traveling the Caribbean aboard the pleasure yacht Amaryllis (fans may recall this was Charlie’s original name for Precious Stone). In Pointe-à-Pitre Guadeloupe, James and Charmian meet up with the French Ocean Liner Colombie for their journey back to Europe. James looks forward to a relaxing, lazy voyage. But a villain named Emil Lefebvre and a mysterious hooded convict named Caiboche suggest this journey may be far from uneventful...
A Hard Man To Kill -- the longest James Bond short story yet written -- will be published in the new companion book, Danger Society: The Young Bond Dossier, due for release on October 29, 2009.
Purchase By Royal Command at Amazon.co.uk.
Set in 1968, Devil May Care finds James Bond in action in France, Iran, and Russia. "It's the return of the gunfighter for one last mission," says Faulks.
Devil May Care was Penguin's fasted selling hardcover ever, selling globally over 3000 copies.
Purchase at Amazon.co.uk.
By Royal Command sees James Bond thrown into the midst of a dangerous, spy-ridden plot that threatens both King and country. Set between the two World Wars and moving between Eton and the chilling slopes of the Austrian Alps, By Royal Command sees the young James Bond put to the test as never before.
The new paperback includes an exclusive extract of a new Young Bond short story, A Hard Man to Kill (due to be published in the new companion book, Danger Society: The Young Bond Dossier in October). Set between the books Hurricane Gold and By Royal Command, the story finds James and his aunt Charmian traveling back to Europe aboard the French Ocean Liner Colombie. James looks forward to a relaxing, lazy voyage. But a villain named Emil Lefebvre and a mysterious hooded convict named Caiboche suggest this journey may be far from uneventful...
By Royal Command can be purchased now at Amazon.co.uk.
Monday, May 25, 2009
Here are a few links to coverage of the week.
'Devil May Care' Launched in High Style
Sebastian Faulks on the launch day event
Young Bond Centenary events
Centenary Week Photo Gallery
Friday, May 22, 2009
Starting Monday, May 25, Absolute will be airing a series of pre-recorded trails and live reads from By Royal Command, as well as offering fans a chance to win a copy of the book. This will culminate Saturday (May 30) on the Jo Russell morning breakfast show where 2 phone-in listeners will battle it out to win a family holiday in Jamaica!
Full details on the Absolute Radio Young Bond page.
Stay tuned for more tie-in giveaways coming next week, including a very special exclusive competition from The Young Bond Dossier.
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
Set in 1967, Devil May Care finds James Bond in action in France, Iran, and Russia.
Saturday, May 16, 2009
The Double-Oh Agent (Casino Royale)
You Asked For It (Casino Royale US paperback title)
The Undertaker's Wind (Live And Let Die)
Monday's Are Hell (Moonraker)
Too Hot To Handle (Moonraker US paperback title)
The Richest Man In The World (Goldfinger)
Death Leaves An Echo (For Your Eyes Only)
Paris Courier (From A View To A Kill)
The Belles Of Hell (On Her Majesty's Secret Service)
The Golden Gun (The Man With The Golden Gun)
Trigger Finger (The Living Daylights)
Meltdown (License Renewed)
You Only Die Once (Nobody Lives Forever)
Tomorrow Always Comes (No Deals, Mr Bond)
Licence Revoked (Licence To Kill)
Blonds Prefer Gentlemen (Gardner choice for unknown book)
No Tears For Hong Kong (Zero Minus Ten)
The World is Not Enough (The Facts of Death)
A Better Way To Die (High Time To Kill)
Red Widow Dawn (The Man With The Red Tattoo)
Out of Breath (SilverFin)
Double M (Blood Fever)
Shoot the Moon (Double or Die)
Lagrimas Negras (Hurricane Gold)
The Shadow War (By Royal Command)
Endgame (Moneypenny Diaries: Final Fling)
I've yet to learn of any rejected titles for Devil May Care.
Thursday, May 14, 2009
The Historical Dictionary of Ian Fleming’s James Bond retails for $80 and can be pre-ordered at Amazon.com.
Twelve novels and nine short stories define one of the most extraordinary fictional characters of all time, creating the basis for the most successful movie series in cinematographic history, watched by more than half the world’s population. The single person probably more responsible than any other for glamorizing the murky world of espionage is Ian Fleming, the creator of James Bond, who himself lived a remarkable double life of spy and writer. Everyone has an opinion on why 007 became so successful, but one possible explanation is the ingenious formula of fact, fiction, and sheer fantasy. Certainly the author drew on friends and places he knew well to provide the backdrop for his drama, but what proportion of his output is authentic, and what comes directly from the author’s imagination?
These questions and more are examined in the Historical Dictionary of Ian Fleming’s James Bond. This is done through a chronology, an introduction, a bibliography, and hundreds of cross-referenced dictionary entries on actual cases of espionage, real-life spies, MI5, SIS, CIA, KGB, and others. It also contains entries on Ian Fleming’s novels and short stories, family and friends, his employers and colleagues, and other notable characters.
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
The collection will contain the title story as well as "Beware Of Butterflies" and "The Nevsky Nude."
The Girl Machine will be released on is July 23, 2009 is available for pre-order at Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk.