Weight: 1.15 lbs
Condition: Very Good - The item is used but still in very good condition. There is little to no damage to the packaging, but it may have minor wear from storage over a long period of time. There may be minimal wear on the exterior of the item. See Details section and photos for specifics on item condition.
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Product Types: Books | Hardcover Books
Genres: Action | Adventure | Book Based | Spy Films | Thrillers
Studio: Putnam Publishing
Item Release Date: April 27, 1987
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Master Spy James Bond in No Deals Mr. Bond Hardcover Edition (1987).
In this James Bond caper, there’s still more attention paid to pain than to sexual delights, though rather less of both than heretofore, lethal toys are very much in evidence, and the plot is, of course, smoothly preposterous. Which is to say that Bond fans will not be disappointed. Bond is called by M to save the lives of the remnants of “Cream Cake,” a defunct sexual-entrapment operation in East Germany. Two young women with British “identities” have been killed and their tongues cut out, the work of the KGB, the GRU or the East Germans. Half the characters seem to be involved in betraying the other half, since “Cream Cake” was apparently “blown” from the beginning. Bond is unsure of whom to trust, and his chief job, after staying alive, is to uncover the prime traitor. Ireland and Hong Kong supply rather desultory color. Fans of long duration will be pleased that the head villain is Gen. Chernov, ex-boss of SMERSH, who pits four killers against Bond in the final combat. Literary Guild and Doubleday Book Club alternates.
- Pages: 317
- Language: English