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The Spy Who Loved Me

By: Anders Frejdh
Published:
2004-09-06
First edition UK hardcover (1962)
The first Swedish edition (1964)
Second Swedish edition - paperback (1965)
Vivienne Michel writes: 'The spy who loved me was called James Bond and the night on which he loved me was a night of screaming terror in The Dreamy Pines Motor Court, which is in the Adirondacks in the north of New York State.

'This is the story of who I am and how I came through a nightmare of torture and the threat of rape and death to a dawn of ecstasy. It's all true - absolutely. Otherwise Mr Fleming certainly would not have risked his professional reputation in acting as my co-author and persuading his publishers, Jonathan Cape, to publish my story. Ian Fleming has also kindly obtained clearance for certain minor breaches of The Official Secrets Act that were necessary to my story.'
Year:
1962
ISBN:
N/A
Original price:
15 shilling
Author:
Number of pages:
221
Weight:
N/A
Translated to Swedish by:
Sven Granath
Dust jacket design by:
Richard Chopping
First released:
April 16, 1962
Released in Sweden:
February 2, 1965
Volume:
30 000 copies
Format:
Hardcover
Publisher:
Comments:
Characters:
- James Bond ... Hero
- Vivienne Michel ... Bond girl
- Horror ... Villain
- Sluggsy ... Villain
- Mr. Sanguinetti ... Villains' employer
Locations:
Adirondacks, flashbacks to London and Toronto
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