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  The name was Fleming, Ian Fleming and in his earth-residing years (1908-1964) he gained fame for his spy novels featuring the efficient workaholic British secret agent James Bond. The first Bond novel Casino Royale was written in 1952, the overwhelming response ensured that two short story volumes and eleven Bond novels were published between 1953 and 1966. Fleming, who also worked as a journalist, was clearly influenced by his British naval intelligence work d...
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   “History is moving pretty quickly these days and the heroes and villains keep on changing parts.”     ― Ian Fleming, Casino Royale     Casino Royale, Ian Fleming’s first spy novel will turn sixty tomorrow. Published for the first time on April 13, 1953, it was inspired by Fleming’s experiences as a naval intelligence officer while a part of it is a figment of his imagination. It narrates the adventures o...
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His name was Fleming, Ian Fleming (1908-1964) and he was a British naval officer of intelligence, a journalist and a writer. Most writers begin to write a book or a set of stories about what they know and Fleming was no exception. Sometime in 1952 he wrote Casino Royale, the first James Bond novel, a product of his own life and imagination.   The first novel brought the writer a cascade of work; as he went on to pen eleven more Bond novels. The Bond books were p...
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  The literary thriller genre keeps us mesmerized and hooked on to its books until we reach their endings. The beauty and uniqueness of this genre lie in diversity: murders, heists, abductions, psychology, history, archaeology and much more. There is such a wide variety of books to choose from in this genre: Frederick Forsyth, Ken Follett, Michael Crichton, Clive Cussler, Dan Brown, Raymond Chandler, Edgar Allan Poe, Ian Fleming, Joy Fielding, John Grisham, Lee C...
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