james bond books

Bond Lifestyle presents a selection of books that are useful guides to a Bond life. Bond Lifestyle strongly recommends reading the original Ian Fleming novels, for they provide the best way to learn about the thoughts and habits of Bond. Read a chapter a day and you will step into his world and even feel like him a little, hearing Flemings words in your mind while you are going through your daily routines.


Some Kind of Hero - The Remarkable Story of the James Bond films is a new Bond book written by Bond scholars Matthew Field and Ajay Chowdhury.


To celebrate 50 years of the James Bond franchise, EON Productions opened their archives of photos, designs, storyboards, and production materials to editor Paul Duncan, who spent two years researching over one million images and 100 filing cabinets of documentation.


All James Bond film locations in one unique travel guide! Dutch 007 connoisseur Martijn Mulder has written a unique field guide to the exotic James Bond filming locations around the world.


Renowned photographer Rankin takes us from script to screen in Blood, Sweat and Bond: Behind the Scenes of SPECTRE, curating an ensemble of exclusive photography and cast and crew interviews.


Since Die Another Day, authorised Bond stills photographer Greg Williams has released a behind the scenes photoalbum of each Bond film, and this year will be no different. Bond on Set: Filming SkyFall takes you behind the scenes on the set of SkyFall, the 23rd Bond movie.


Following in the footsteps of Bond on Set: Filming Die Another Day and Bond on Set: Filming Casino Royale, the 2008 publication Bond on Set: Filming Quantum of Solace features movie stills, photographs, and behind-the-scenes info from the 22nd Bond film featuring Daniel Craig.


Featuring the debut of a brand-new Bond and set in a number of spectacular European locations, Casino Royale is the latest addition to the most successful film series ever made.


Bond on Set: Filming Die Another Day is a photographic journey chronicling the creation of a Bond movie and the only official companion to the Bond release of Die Another Day (2002).


From 1962's Dr. No to 2012's SkyFall, James Bond 50 Years of Movie Posters is an unforgettable gallery of Bond posters, teasers and lobby cards from virtually every country where Bond movies have been screened.


LIFE has published a nice collector's item: a hardcover book with 170 pages of 50 years of James Bond.

Fifty years (and five billion dollars in ticket sales) ago, the dashing Scottish actor Sean Connery declared suavely that he was "Bond, James Bond." Thus began a cinematic series unlike any other.


All About Bond is a unique memoir that will delight, amuse and inform Bond fans the world over. The humor, the drama and the camaraderie, on set and off, is captured through the immortal lens of one of the world's most legendary photographers, Terry O'Neill.


First conceived of by Ian Fleming more than 50 years ago, the exploits of this most charismatic and capable superspy have entertained audiences for over four decades, with six actors tackling the role of Bond.


The magazine Playboy has a long associated history with the James Bond series.


In the movie Die Another Day, we see Bond reading an article about Gustav Graves in the High Life magazine in BA (British Airways) flight from Cuba back to London.


Dressed to Kill: James Bond, The Suited Hero: a celebration of the clothing styles that have made James Bond one of the most potent and enduring cultural icons.


The Bluffer's Guide to Bond is a compact pocket book full of basic facts about the James Bond film and bookseries.


The Book of Bond or Every Man His Own 007, written by Kingsley Amis, is a manual for prospective agents on how to live like Agent 007, illustrated with examples taken from the Fleming novels. The book was first published by Jonathan Cape in 1965.


Being James Bond: Volume One - Pocket Edition is a guidebook on living more like James Bond by mastering the same skills that Bond has. Written by Joseph Darlington (aka Head of Section), famous for his Being James Bond podcasts, and several articles on Bond Lifestyle.


After many years of success with the James Bond Lifestyle Seminar, author and speaker Paul Kyriazi has put the entire seminar down in book form.


Learn how to turn your fantasies into reality. And how to enjoy and control them when they come to you. Learn how to not just look cool in a casino or checking into a resort hotel, but how to be cool, as cool as James Bond.


A serious 90-minute audiobook seminar for men that shows you how to upgrade your life to the level of 007.


Carte Blanche is a new James Bond novel written by Jeffery Deaver, commissioned by Ian Fleming Publications.


Devil May Care is the newest installment in the James Bond series. The book was released worldwide on Ian Fleming's birthday, May 28. Written by novelist Sebastian Faulks, Devil May Care is set in the cold war, picking up where Fleming left off in 1966 with Octopussy and The Living Daylights. Faulks, writing as Ian Fleming, has created the perfect continuation of the James Bond legacy.


Solo is a new James Bond novel written by William Boyd.

The story takes place in 1969. Having just celebrated his forty-fifth birthday, James Bond is summoned to headquarters to receive an unusual assignment. Zanzarim, a troubled West African nation, is being ravaged by a bitter civil war, and M directs Bond to quash the rebels threatening the established regime.


Casino Royale, the classic novel that introduced secret agent James Bond to the world, is now available on one page! The book/poster is created by Spineless Classics. The entire text of the book is printed on a single page, wrapped around the design and featuring the author's logo and signature. 


James Bond's London, a comprehensive Reference Guide to over 250 locations from the World of Ian Fleming and James Bond...


Jam packed with anecdotes, facts, and behind-the scenes revelations; over 200 rare photographs from the archives of eon productions.


As the author Robert Caplen asks in his first chapter: why another book about Bond? One answer is simply that there can never be enough of a good thing.


Birds of the West Indies is known not only for its exhaustive study of Caribbean birds, but also because the name of the book's author, the ornithologist James Bond, which was used by Ian Fleming for the name of his fictional British secret agent, Commander James Bond.


In Casino Royale, on a small table in M's apartment, we have spotted a hardcover copy of Burne-Jones: The Life and Works of Sir Edward Burne-Jones (1833-1898) by Christopher Wood.


This Rough Guide is devoted to James Bond, the most famous fictional character of the 20th century. There's no one quite like 007, the secret agent whose identity is the world's worst kept secret and who is still the movie hero most men really aspire to be.


This definitive celebration of 007, created in conjunction with Eon Productions, the producers of 19 James Bond films, will thrill fans of any age with its unique visual style.


'007 On the Rocks: A Guide to the Drinks of James Bond' is a practical easy-to-use guidebook covering the unique world of James Bond libations. It contains every aspect of amateur mixology a Bond enthusiast needs to know.


In a career that spans over seven decades, Roger Moore has been at the very heart of Hollywood. Sir Roger is of course an actor and has starred in films that have made him famous the world over; but he’s also a tremendous prankster, joker and raconteur. Despite the fact that he is well known as one of the nicest guys in the business, on and off the screen he has always been up for some fun.


To celebrate the James Bond film franchise's 50th anniversary, Roger Moore has written a book that features all the Bond movies, along with a wonderfully witty account of his own involvement in them.


James Bond in the 21st Century: Why We Still Need 007 offers a fun, irreverent look at everyone's favourite spy. The enduring power of the world's most dashing secret agent and the evolution of the James Bond franchise are explored in this smart yet nostalgic collection of essays edited by Glenn Yeffeth.


Jason Wain takes a journey into the heart of a global phenomenon, discovering the secrets of the hero who will not die.


From the offbeat vantage point of a gay teenager whose grandfather was chauffeur to legendary 007 producer Cubby Broccoli, Catching Bullets – Memoirs of a Bond Fan is a love-letter to James Bond, Duran Duran title songs and bolting down your tea quick enough to watch Roger Moore falling out of a plane without a parachute.


This book about product placement in James Bond films, written by Nadja Tata, is only available in German.


The Ian Fleming James Bond novels are now available as audio books on CD or as a download in the The Ian Fleming Classic Bond Collection Audio Books. These books are the complete and unabridged versions of the original Ian Fleming novels.


In 'Goldeneye - Where Bond was born: Ian Fleming’s Jamaica', author Matthew Parker steps into the exotic world of Bond creator Ian Fleming.