Saturday, August 12, 2023

IFP announces three continuation reprints on Oct. 5

Ian Fleming Publications announced today that they will be re-releasing three out-of-print James Bond continuation novels on October 5 (James Bond Day). They are:

Colonel Sun by Kingsley Amis
The first ever James Bond novel published after the death of Ian Fleming. This edition celebrates the novel's 55th anniversary and features a new foreword by Anthony Horowitz. Amazon

Zero Minus Ten by Raymond Benson
Rediscover this classic Bond continuation novel in a brand-new paperback edition. It will include a new introduction from the author himself, Raymond Benson. Amazon

James Bond: The Authorised Biography by John Pearson
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the authorised biography’s publication, this edition will feature a new foreword written by Mark Pearson, John’s son. Amazon

All three books are paperbacks priced at £9.99. A signed edition of Zero Minus Ten is available for pre-order exclusively from the IFP website. Cover art is yet to be revealed.


  1. They say "Colonel Sun" is "the first ever James Bond novel published after the death of Ian Fleming." It might be the first one WRITTEN but there weren't there 2 PUBLISHED?

    1. As far as I know Colonel Sun was the first written and published.

    2. Fleming died August 12, '64. TMWTGG was published April 1, '65 and OP/TLD June 23, '66

    3. Ohhh, right, I see what you're saying. I was thinking non-Fleming novels.


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