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1 OCTOBER 2012
RAYMOND BENSON'S 007 NOVELS FOR THE KINDLE

By: FSWL team
Published:
2012-10-01
All six of Raymond Benson's original James Bond novels are now available as e-books for the Kindle. Complete description of each title further down this page. Buy the Kindle Editions from Amazon:

>Zero Minus Ten
>The Facts of Death
>High Time to Kill
>DoubleShot
>Never Dream of Dying
>The Man with the Red Tattoo

Zero Minus Ten (1997):
In the Australian desert, a nuclear bomb explodes.

In England, two police officers are shot dead when they investigate a cargo in Portsmouth dock.

And in Hong Kong, an explosion rips through one of the colony's famous floating restaurants, killing the entire Board of EurAsia Enterprises Ltd, a multi-billion dollar shipping corporation.

These apparently random events are connected - and 007 must find out how and why. Travelling to one of the world's most exotic locations, James Bond encounters such diverse characters as a mysterious British taipan, a sinister Triad leader, a sadistic Chinese general and an enchanting exotic dancer - and eventually comes face to face with one of the most formidable adversaries of his career.

The Facts of Death (1998):
A dozen British soldiers are poisoned in Cyprus and James Bond himself barely escapes with his life. Then M's lover is assassinated in London and dies in her arms...

Following leads to Texas, Bond fears he will uncover an international scandal that could engulf his service and his country. Instead, he finds his first trace of the Decada.

Held together by archaic philosophy and their own bizarre rituals, the Decada's fanatics have stockpiled a terrifying range of poisons and are willing to use them for further insane ambitions for power and revenge.

Aided by beautiful, brave Greek intelligence agent Niki Mirakos, Bond puts himself into the firing line for a last ditch attempt to stop the Decada before they unleash a horrifying weapon on their helpless prey.

High Time to Kill (1999):
When information vital to Britian's national security is stolen by a shadowy organization called the Union, the trail leads Bond from one of England's most exclusive golf clubs to the cosmopolitan city of Brussels, and finally to an expedition up the icy heights of the legendary mountain Kangchenjunga, the third tallest peak in the world.

In his most thrilling adventure yet, Bond must pit his strength and guile against two deadly adversaries - the forces of nature at high altitude and the most resourceful criminal minds he has ever encountered.

DoubleShot (2000):
The intricately organized criminal conspiracy called the Union has vowed its revenge on the man who thwarted its last coup. Now, the Union's mysterious leader sets out to destroy James Bond's reputation and sanity by luring the agent into a dangerous alliance of deceit and treason with a Spanish militant intent on reclaiming Gibraltar.

Officially on medical leave as a result of a head injury sustained on his last adventure, 007 ignores M's orders and pursues clues that he believes might lead him to the Union's inner circle. His search takes him from the seedy underbelly of London's Soho to the souks of Tangier; from a terrorist training camp in Morocco to a bullring in Spain; and from the clutches of a murderous Spanish beauty to a volatile summit conference on the Rock of Gibraltar.

Each step brings 007 closer to the truth about the Union's elaborate, audacious plot to destroy both SIS and its best agent: James Bond.

Never Dream of Dying (2001):
In Raymond Benson's chilling new James Bond novel, 007 comes face to face at last with the most cunning criminal mastermind he has ever fought-the blind genius behind the brutal organization called the Union.

It begins at a movie studio in Nice, where a police raid goes horribly wrong, with innocent men, women and children killed. It continues in an English prison, where a corpse discloses an intriguing secret about the Union. The trail leads James Bond to Paris, where he meets the tantalizing movie star Tylyn Mignonne and embarks on a voyage of sensual discovery.

But Tylyn is in mortal danger. Her former husband, a volatile French film producer, has not forgiven his glamorous ex-wife for ending their troubled marriage-and he is connected to the Union's thugs.

Meanwhile Bond's friend Mathis, a French agent, has disappeared while tracking down the Union's mysterious leader, Le Gerant. Bond's search for Mathis takes him to a thrilling underwater brush with death, a chase through the Corsican wilderness, a surprise encounter with an old friend-and a final confrontation with a twisted criminal genius.

The Man With the Red Tattoo (2002):
On a quiet late-night flight from Tokyo to London, a beautiful young woman, Kioko McMahon, falls ill. Before the plane can reach emergency medical facilities across the Pacific, she succumbs to her inexplicable symptoms. The mystery deepens when police in Japan discover that her family shared her fate. The only survivor is her rebellious sister, Mayumi, who had run off with her gang-member boyfriend several years before.

Because the late patriarch of the family, Peter McMahon, was the head of one of the world's most important genetic research companies, and a personal friend of the Prime Minister, James Bond is sent to investigate the deaths. 007's quest for answers leads to the surviving sister and to a nest of Yakuza gangsters. Along the way, he uncovers a plot of such monstrous proportions that it could only have been hatched in the mind of a madman.

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