Order of James Bond Books
James Bond is, quite simply, a cultural icon. The James Bond character was created by English author Ian Fleming in 1953. Since then, he has appeared in numerous novels and over 20 films. Currently he is being portrayed by English actor Daniel Craig, but he has also been portrayed by Sean Connery, George Lazenby, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton and Pierce Brosnan.
Officially, the James Bond book series consists of 14 novels and short story collections by Ian Fleming, 16 novels by http://www.orderofbooks.com/authors/john-gardner/John Gardner and 12 novels and short stories by Raymond Benson. Most recently, the series has been taken over by Jeffery Deaver. Below is a list of all of the official James Bond novels in publication order (including Ian Fleming’s James Bond books in chronological order):
Publication Order of Ian Fleming “James Bond” Books
Publication Order of John Gardner “James Bond” Books
Publication Order of Raymond Benson “James Bond” Books
Publication Order of Jeffery Deaver “James Bond” Books
Chronological Order of Ian Fleming “James Bond” Books
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James Bond Synopses: In The Man with the Golden Gun, James Bond is brainwashed and tries to kill his boss M. Fortunately, Bond fails at this task, but he has now lost the trust he had. He must regain that trust and redeem himself by killing one of the most deadly freelance hitmen in the world – Paco “Pistols” Scaramanga (also known as the Man with the Golden Gun). The Man with the Golden Gun was adapted to film in 1974, starring Roger Moore as 007 and Christopher Lee as the renamed Francisco Scaramanga.
For Your Eyes Only is a collection of five short stories where James Bond faces all sorts of danger. Beautiful girls are never quite what they seem in James Bond stories and they are in abudance in For Your Eyes Only. For Your Eyes Only contains the stories From a View to a Kill, For Your Eyes Only, Quantum of Solace, Risico and The Hildebrand Rarity. For Your Eyes Only and Risico were adapted into the 1981 film For Your Eyes Only, starring Roger Moore as Bond.