Ever wonder what Ian Fleming was referring to when he mentioned Grandmother’ Steps in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service or when he compared ‘The Cannonball’ in Diamonds Are Forever to the ‘Highland Light’ class of locomotive? How about his reference to the ‘girl in the balloon bet’ in Moonraker and what about the details of the hand-by-hand play of the Moonraker contract bridge game?
Ian Fleming’s James Bond: Annotations and Chronologies for Ian Fleming’s Bond Stories by John Griswold has the answers. The book has just been published by Authorhouse and has been officially approved by Ian Fleming Publications Ltd, with a Preface by Andrew Lycett and Foreword by Zoë Watkins, Publishing Manager, Ian Fleming Publications Ltd.
The book contains annotations, chronologies, and detailed analysis of the Fleming manuscripts held at Indiana University’s Lilly Library.
For more information, visit Griswold’s page at Authorhouse.
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