THE SPY WHO LOVED ME by Ian Fleming

THE SPY WHO LOVED ME

KIRKUS REVIEW

Vivienne Michel tells her story of her too brief exposure to James Bond when, after two unfortunate emotional encounters in England, she comes to the U.S. and takes a motel receptionist's job. Two ugly characters stop off there, work her over, and only the circumstantial, providential appearance of James Bond saves her from death as well as the fate which is worse than... Skimpy, in this series, and for the many besides Kennedy who share this gent's fatal fascination, not really Bond-ed.
Pub Date: June 15th, 1962
ISBN: 0142003263
Page count: 176pp
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15th, 1962




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