Ian Fleming "Live and Let Die"

Ian Fleming "Live and Let Die"

Ian Fleming "Live and Let Die"

 

Ian Fleming

Fleming’s novel - Live and Let Die - was about a handsome British secret agent called James Bond. Bond was a spy who loved women, fast cars, and good food and drink. He was well- paid because his job was very dangerous. James Bond had a ‘Licence to Kill’. Sometimes he was told to kill his enemies.

In the novel, Bond finds himself in Jamaica investigating the underworld criminal ‘Mr Big'. As usual, Bond gets caught up in many dangerous situations. He also falls in love with Mr Big’s girlfriend, the mysterious and beautiful Solitaire.

 

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