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James Bond Live and Let Die  Ian Fleming Pan Books X233

Ian Fleming Live and Let Die

SKU: Pan 233

James Bond  Live and Let Die by Ian Fleming

007 - The licence to kill for the Secret Service, the double-O prefix, was a great honour. It had been erend hardly. It brought James Bond the only assignments he enjoyed -  the dangerous ones.


Britain's key Secret Service agent against the dreaded Soviet murder organisation SMERSH...Bond lives dagerously - he expects to kill or be killed; he's no stranger to torture.


A huge American master criminal, head of a Voodoo cult, high in the SMERSH guid of terror.


Mr Big's inquisitor, an exotic Creole beuaty with th epower to read a man's mind.

Racing from a night-club in New York's Harlem to the shark-infested seas of the West Indies, this power-packed James Bond adventure will set your nerves a-tingle!

'Speed...tremendous zest...commuicated excitement. Brrh! wincingly well Mr Fleming writes!  Sunday Times

Great marketing written at the time of the original publication in 1957!


Live and Let Die by Ian Fleming 

Paperback by Pan books X233 first published in 1957 19th printing (1965)

Size 7"x4.5" (19cm x 11cm) with 247 pages 

Complete. Pages are yellowing  and age toned around the edges. Age-related bumps and scuffs at the edges of front and back covers  Small tear at the bottom of the spine. 

Fragile as may be expected for a wonderful paperback which is 56 years-old.  





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