By John Gardner
"All the vintage components are there for connoisseur Bond lovers." - The Birmingham Post
Bond used to be feeling bored and green with envy. uninterested in sitting in the back of a table, shuffling bits of paper round. envious that M looked as if it would have left him to rot. yet with a danger of resignation, M ship Bond away on holiday.
But it truly is on vacation on Vancouver Island that lifestyles starts to seem up. Brokenclaw Lee, a half-Chinese, half-Crow Indian, catches Bond's realization. a major guy who exudes strength and ruthlessness.
Then, summoned to San Francisco, Bond learns extra in regards to the mysterious Mr. Lee and his underworld empire. Learns in regards to the 5 lacking scientists and their ultra-secret paintings. Bond then meets Brokenclaw's new and gorgeous company associate, Chi-Chi.
Suddenly existence used to be attention-grabbing back. and intensely, very harmful.
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