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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Sir Roger Moore will provide a guide to the cars, gadgets and girls of the James Bond movies to help celebrate the spy series' 50th anniversary on the big screen in 2012.

The Man Who Supercharged Bond

The extraordinary story of Charles Amherst Villiers
By Paul Kenny

On the tracks of 007

Dutch 007 connoisseur Martijn Mulder has written a unique field guide to the exotic James Bond filming locations around the world. Four time Bond director Guy Hamilton contributed a foreword for the book, which is published by DMD Digital and is scheduled for release early September.

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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.

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

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There are no mysteries to picking locks. Anyone with patience, determination, and a knowledge of the mechanics of locks, can be successful in the Art of Lock Picking. The only Secret to this success is study, then practice, practice, practice.

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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.

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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.

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