[Read by Simon Vance]
A James Bond Adventure by Robert Markham [Written by Kingsley Amis -writing as- Robert Markham]
James Bond is enjoying a convivial round of golf at Sunningdale when the news comes in: M has been kidnapped. The violence has been extreme: M's servants are dead, mercilessly shot down.
With only some local fishermen to help, Bond must race to his rescue. But 007 uncovers a plan to sabotage a USSR summit, and to frame the British Secret Service for the crime.
And on a deceptively calm Greek island, a most ungenial Colonel Sun is waiting to welcome Bond to a new game. To be played without rules. To be played to the death.
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KINGSLEY (WILLIAM) AMIS (1922- ), UK novelist, poet and critic, took his MA at Oxford, and was a lecturer in English at Swansea and Fellow of Peterhouse, Cambridge. A satirist and debunker of note, he is best known for such social comedies as his first novel, Lucky Jim (1954), but also saw science fiction as an ideal medium for satirical and sociological extrapolation. Amis' controversial artistic evolution from supposed radical to national institution was neatly summed up by his receipt of a knighthood in 1990.Review:
''All the Bond ingredients are here.'' --Evening Standard
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