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After Colonel Sun (1968) by Kingsley Amis, John Gardner was the next writer to be asked to write further adventures of James Bond. He wrote, like Fleming, fourteen Bond books, plus novelisations of the films GoldenEye and Licence to Kill, from 1981 to 1996.
Before becoming an author of fiction in the early 1960s John Gardner was variously a stage magician, a Royal Marine officer, a journalist and, for a short time, a priest in the Church of England. 'Probably the biggest mistake I ever made,' he says. 'I confused the desire to please my father with a vocation which I soon found I did not have.'
In all, Gardner had fifty-five novels to his credit - many of them bestsellers. John Gardner died in 2007.
For more information about John Gardner and his non-Bond works, visit his website.
it was rubbish it could of been better now i did not read the kindle one i read it on paper back at school but i still did not enjoy it yeh its a bond book but it just did not... Read morePublished on 9 Mar. 2013 by toe
Expands and elaborates on the storyline from THE BEST BOND FILM EVER MADE. Really nicely put together, will be reading more Gardner after this, he really knows what he's talking... Read morePublished on 18 Feb. 2013 by David Wistow