New Bond author gets a taste of high life
"Ah, Mr. Bond," said the world's book publishers. "So good to have you back."
Britain's most famous secret agent returns to the page in the novel "Devil May Care," released around the world in 21 languages Wednesday amid a blaze of publicity not seen since the last Harry Potter book.
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#4 May 31, 2008
topix editor put this out thursday, here iit is saturday---obvious that no one cares about any james bond books.
#5 Jun 11, 2008
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