John Vincent was the nom de plume of John Peel, a serial writer of novelisations (eg Doctor Who, Star Trek: DS9) who adapted 6 episodes of the cartoon James Bond Jr in 1992 for Puffin books. The concept saw 007's nephew boarding at Warfield Academy, a high security school in England for the young relatives of secret service operatives (Q's grandson, Felix Leiter's son), in between battling agents of SCUM (Saboteurs & Criminals United in Mayhem).
Derived purely from the movie characters, Peel expanded on the story lines, gearing them to a slightly older audience while remaining faithful to the film continuity. Facing increasing scrutiny from the holders of the Bond literary copyright it became a thankless task but it's an impressive effort, doing for the film Bond what Charlie Higson did for the book Bond.
The second book is adapted from episode 9 of the series "The Eiffel Missile" and differs considerably from the TV version (which sees the West's relationship with Russia threatened). Both begin with our hero tackling SCUM agent Skullcap at an airport, losing track of the bad guy but recovering plans for an 'Achilles' ICBM. Heading to France and meeting the delightful Marcie Beaucoup, James connects the theft of a nuclear warhead with the appearance of senior SCUM agent Dr Derange. Where in Paris would a mad scientist use to launch a nuclear missile to distract from an art theft?