The classic James Bond novels by John Gardner now in paperback!
A selection of books written about the Bond phenomenon.
Sir Roger Moore shares his recollections of playing some of the world's most famous roles, including The Saint and James Bond. This frank, funny and disarmingly charming autobiography is as attractive and diverting as the man himself. Hardback first edition.
'As old-fashioned and harmlessly entertaining as David Niven's The Moon's A Balloon' - Alex Larman, THE OBSERVER
'A wonderful companion piece to the Fleming series... smart and excellently entertaining' - Matthew Field, KISS KISS BANG BANG
Ian Fleming's debonair, ruthless secret agent with the coveted licence to kill was based on a real British agent. A real agent called... JAMES BOND. John Pearson has written the authorised biography of the best concealed secret identity in the world of espionage. Packed with incident and adventure, the life of James Bond really is stranger than fiction... Hardback.
Working alongside Casino Royale's director, Martin Campbell, and the crew, photographer Greg Williams has captured all the behind-the-scenes glamour and excitement of film-making on location, with unique, candid shots of the stars, and sequences featuring many of the movie's breathtaking set pieces. 144 pages, large format hardback.
For the first time the people who created the Bond films - producers, directors, writers, designers, composers - share their experiences and memories of what it has meant to collaborate on and produce the ultimate film legacy. Lavishly illustrated with on-set photographs, concept artwork, exclusive images of Daniel Craig's debut in Casino Royale and rare images from the Eon archive, The Art Of Bond is a visually stunning tribute to the ground-breaking artistic, technical and creative talents of the Bond world. 240 pages, large format hardback.
SIGNED BY THE AUTHORS. The authorized guide to the world of 007. Film by film from Dr No to Die Another Day, it details every major character and actor to have ever played a part in the Bond phenomenon. With the addition of over 250 rare production photographs, cinema posters and product advertisements from the archives of Eon Productions - many seen in this edition for the first time - the phenomenon of 007 is spectacularly captured for ongoing reference as it enters its fifth decade. 228 pages, softcover.
Featuring Eon Productions archive collection of 007 posters. Now the biggest collection in the world, it contains posters for every Bond movie produced , including all the major British quad posters as well as those created for the US, Japan, Germany, Eastern Europe and other markets around the world. Updated to include the last Bond movie, Die Another Day, this collection also includes the 'unofficial' Bonds Casino Royale (1967), Never Say Never Again. 215 pages, large format softcover.
SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. British actress Shirley Eaton made nearly thirty films before giving up her career so that she and her husband Colin could raise two sons. This privately printed edition, an intimate diary of poems, reflects her thoughts during the golden years of their marriage. With a foreward by Sir Roger Moore, and with over 80 photographs from Shirley's private collection, this book has been signed 'Enjoy... Shirley Eaton' at an exclusive signing for Bond And Beyond. 96 pages, paperback.
Goldfinger by Adrian Turner is a pocket movie guide to the film Goldfinger. "Exhaustive, flip, provocative and above all personal - it's guaranteed that the next time you see this movie something will have changed, and changed for good." Uncut. 314 pages, paperback.
The Little Book Of Bond features a choice selection of classic quotes from the full series of 007 movies. Now you can relive those unique Bond moments, from "I like a girl in a bikini, no concealed weapons" to "I never joke about my work, 007" and, of course, "My name is Bond, James Bond." 96 pages, hardback.
Ken Adam is acknowledged as the world's greatest living production designer: creator of the look of the James Bond films, winner of Oscars for Stanley Kubrick's Barry Lyndon and the film version of Alan Bennett's The Madness of King George III. Now he explains his unique contribution to the art of cinema. 316 pages, large format softcover.
Segued from being the author of Confessions Of A Window Cleaner to writing The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker, two of the most successful James Bond films ever made. here he recounts his adventures in the wonderful world of 007. Paperback.
Written with exclusive access to the cast and crew, this book provides a gripping account of life on a film set and details the thrilling, unpredictable and complex world of making a James Bond movie. 173 pages, hardback. Cover price: £14.99. Our price: £4.99. Save 67%
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