Books written about the James Bond stories, films, actors and Ian Fleming

Amis, Kingsley. The James Bond Dossier. London: Jonathon Cape; New York: New American Library, 1965.

Bach, Steven. Final Cut. New York: William Morrow and Company, Inc., 1985.

Bennett, Tony and Janet Woollacott. Bond and Beyond: The Political Career of a Popular Hero. New York: Methuen; Houndmills, Basingstoke (U.K.): Macmillan, 1987.

Benson, Raymond. The James Bond Bedside Companion. New and Updated ed. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1988.

Benson, Raymond. The James Bond Bedside Companion. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1984.

Bjorkman, Stig. Woody Allen on Woody Allen. New York: Grove Press,1995

Bond, James. Birds Of The West Indies. Collins, London, 1936 (Thanks Richard Greenwell!)

Bond, Mary Wickham. To James Bond with Love. Lititz, PA: Sutter House, 1980.

Bond, Mary Wickham. How 007 Got His Name. London: Collins, 1966.

Boyd, Ann S. The Devil with James Bond! Richmond, VA: John Knox Press, 1967.

Borovik, Genrikh. The Philby Files. Boston : Little, Brown and Company, 1994

Brosnan, John. James Bond In The Cinema. 1st edition. London: Tantivy Press; San Diego: A.S. Barnes & Co., 1972.

Brown, Anthony Cave. Treason in the Blood. Boston : Houghton Mifflin Company, 1994.

Brosnan, John. James Bond In The Cinema. 2nd edition. London: Tantivy Press; San Diego: A.S. Barnes & Co., 1981.

Bryce, Ivar. You Only Live Once: Memories of Ian Fleming. London: Weidenfield & Nicolson, 1975.

Callan, Michael Feeney. Sean Connery : his life and films. London : W.H. Allen, 1983.

Callan, Michael Feeney. Sean Connery: the Untouchable Hero. London : Virgin, 1993.

Campbell, Iain. Ian Fleming: A Catalogue Of A Collection, a preliminary to a bibliography. Privately printed. 1977

Cargill, Morris (Editor). Ian Fleming introduces Jamaica. London: Andre Deutsch Limited, 1965

Crist, Judith. Take 22. New York: Viking Press, 1984.

Contosta, David R. The Private Life Of James Bond. Lititz, Pa. : Sutter House, 1993.

del Buono, Oreste and Umberto Eco. The Bond Affair. London: Macdonald, 1966

Druce, Robert. This Day Our Daily Fictions : An Enquiry Into The Multi-Million Bestseller Status Of Enid Blyton And Ian Fleming. Amsterdam ; Atlanta, GA : Rodopi, 1992.

Fleming, Ann. The Letters Of Ann Fleming. London : Collins Harvill, 1985.

The Ian Fleming Collection Of 19th-20th Century Source Material Concerning Western Civilization, Together With The Originals Of The James Bond-007 Tales. Indiana University Lilly Library publication no. 12, 1971

Fleming, Ian. Chitty-Chitty-Bang-Bang. London : Jonathan Cape, 1964.

Fl*m*ng, I*n (Michael K. Frith and Christopher B. Cerf). Alligator. Harvard Lampoon, 1962.

Fowler, Will. The Secret World of the Spy. Philadelphia, London: Courage Books, 1994.

Fraser-Smith, Charles. The Secret War of Charles Fraser-Smith. Great Britain: Paternoster Press, 1991

Freedland, Michael. Sean Connery : a Biography. London : Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1994.

Gant, Richard. Ian Fleming: The Fantastic 007 Man. New York: Lancer, 1966.

Gant, Richard. Ian Fleming: The Man With The Golden Pen. New York: Mayflower, 1966

Gardner, John. Licence To Kill. Great Britain: The Armchair Detective Library, 1989. Introduction by John Gardner.

Grose, Peter. Gentleman Spy: The Life of Allen Dulles. Boston, New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1994

Gurin, Philip. The James Bond Trivia Quiz Book. New York: Arbor House, 1984.

Haining, Peter. James Bond: A Celebration. London: Planet, 1987.

Haining, Peter. The Television Sherlock Holmes. 1986

Hibbin, Sally. The Making of Licence to Kill. Topsfield, MA: Salem House, 1989.

Hibbin, Sally. The Official James Bond Movie Book. 1st ed. New York: Crown; Twickenham: Hamlyn, 1987.

Hibbin, Sally. The Official James Bond Movie Book. Rev. ed. New York: Crown, 1989.

Holbrook, David. The Masks Of Hate; The Problem Of False Solutions In The Culture Of An Acquisitive Society. Oxford, New York: Pergamon Press, 1972.

Hunter, John. Great Scot : the Life of Sean Connery. London: Bloomsbury, 1993.

Kocian, Erich. Die James Bond Filme. Munich: W. Heyne, 1982.

Lane, Sheldon. For Bond Lovers Only. New York: Dell, 1965

Lax, Eric. Woody Allen: A Biography. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1991

Lehmann, Gerard. James Bond 007: Heros Mythique. Odense: Odense University Press, 1980.

Lycett, Andrew. Ian Fleming. London: Weidenfeld & Nicholson:, 1996.

McCormick, Donald. The Life Of Ian Fleming. London: Peter Owen, 1993.

Moore, Roger. Roger Moore As James Bond: Roger Moore's Own Account Of Filming "Live And Let Die." London: Pan Books, 1973.

Moore, Roger. Roger Moore's James Bond Diary. Greenwich, Conn. Fawcett Gold Medal, 1973

Paland, J.M. The James Bond Girls. Paris, PAC, 1985.

Paland, J.M. James Bond 007. Paris: Edilig, 1987.

Pearson, John. James Bond: The Authorized Biography of 007. London: Sidgwick & Jackson; New York: Morrow, 1973.

Pearson, John. The Life of Ian Fleming. London: Jonathon Cape, 1966.

Pfeiffer, Lee and Philip Lisa. The Incredible World of 007. Seacaucus, NJ: Carol Publishing Group, 1992.

Pelrine, Eleanor. Ian Fleming: Man With The Golden Pen. Wilmington, Deleware: A Swan Original, 1966.

Plomer, William. Address given at the memorial service for Ian Fleming: St. Bartholomew the Great, September 15th, 1964.

Popov, Dusco. Spy/Counterspy

Reynolds, Burt. My Life. New York: Hyperion, 1994

Rissik, Andrew. The James Bond Man: The Films Of Sean Connery. North Pomfret, Vt.: Hamish Hamilton : David & Charles, 1983.

Rosenberg, Bruce A., Stewart Rosenberg and Ann Harleman. Ian Fleming. Boston: Twayne, 1989. (Twayne's English Authors series)

Rubin, Steven Jay. Complete James Bond Movie Encyclopedia. Chicago: Contemporary Books, 1993.

Rubin, Steven Jay. The James Bond Films: a behind the scenes history. New York: Arlington House, 1981.

Rubin, Steven Jay. The James Bond Films: a behind the scenes history .Rev. ed. New York: Crown, 1983.

Ryan, Roger and Martin Sterling. Keeping the British End Up. Sevenoaks: Coronet, 1987.

Rye, Graham. The James Bond Girls. New York: Mallard; London: Boxtree, 1989.

Sauerberg, Lars Ole. Secret agents in fiction : Ian Fleming, John le Carre, and Len Deighton. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1984.

Scheingraber, Michael. Die James-Bond-Filme. Munich: Goldmann, 1979.

Sherry, Norman. The Life of Graham Greene, Vol. II: 1939 - 1955. New York: Viking Press, 1994.

Snelling, O.F. 007 James Bond: A Report. New York: New American Library, 1964.

Soter, Tom. Bond and Beyond: 007 and Other Special Agents. Image Publishing, 1993.

Starkey, Lycurgus Monroe. James Bond's World Of Values. Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1966.

Stevenson, Sir William. A Man Called Intrepid.

Tanner, Lt.-Col. William "Bill" (a.k.a. Kingsley Amis). The Book Of Bond, Or Every Man His Own 007. London: Jonathon Cape; New York: Viking Press, 1965.

Thomas, Evan. The Very Best Men - Four Who Dared: The Early Years of the CIA. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1995.

Troy, Thomas F. Donovan and the CIA

Van Dover, J. Kenneth. Murder In The Millions: Erle Stanley Gardner, Mickey Spillane, Ian Fleming. New York : F. Ungar, 1984.

Wark, Wesley K. (Editor). Spy Fiction, Spy Films, and Real Intelligence. London, Portland, Oregon : Frank Cass, USA, 1991.

Wharton, Bill. The Real 007. 1969

Yacowar, Maurice. Loser Take All. New York: Frederick Ungar, 1979

Zeiger, Henry A. Ian Fleming: The Spy Who Came In With The Gold. New York: Duell, Sloan & Pearce, 1965


The Living Daylights. Titan Books (UK).1987.
UK trade paperback reprints of Daily Express comic strips.
Introduction by Austin Newfield.

Octopussy. Titan Books (UK). 1988.
UK trade paperback reprints of Daily Express comic strips.
Introduction by Graham Rye and David Thorpe.

The Spy Who Loved Me. Titan Books (UK). 1989.
UK trade paperback reprints of Daily Express comic strips.
Introduction by Mike Grell.

Casino Royale. Titan Books (UK). 1990.
UK trade paperback reprints of Daily Express comic strips.
"The Complete James Bond Syndicated Newspaper Strip Checklist"
Introduction by Anthony Hern.

Benton, Mike. Crime Comics: The Illustrated History (The Taylor History of Comics #5). Dallas: Taylor Publishing, 1993. ISBN 0-87833-814-4 (advance uncorrected proof)

Comics Interview 69. Fictioneer Books, 1989.
Interviews with Jim Lawrence and Mike Grell.
Also contains a list of 007 publications, "Interesting Parties: An Informal Guide for Readers Interested in James Bond".

Overstreet, Robert M. The Overstreet Comic Books Price Guide.
New York: Avon Books, 1994. 24th edition. ISBN 0-380-77854-8


New Bond fills Bill in "The Living Daylights"
John Glen Has Long Bond History
Aerial Derring-do for "Living Daylights"

007 Sharks Get Personal Cameraman
"Licence To Kill" - No. 16 and Counting
Production Design for that Bond Look

AMERICAN FILM - July/August 1987
James Bond at 25. By Alexander Cockburn

BONDAGE #8 - 1989
The Tom Mankiewicz Interview
Rare Books For Your 007 Library
The Ken Adam Interview
Behind the Scenes of "Diamonds Are Forever"
Moonraker's Journey From Book to Film

BONDAGE #9 - 1980
The Derek Meddings Interview - Richard Schenkman
James Bond's Hardware - Ian Fleming
A Panel Discussion with Broccoli, Gilbert, and Adam
My Friend the Octopus - Ian Fleming
Bob Simmons - Richard Schenkman
James Bond 007 Quizbook - Andy East

BONDAGE #10 - 1981
The Terence Young Interview - Richard Schenkman
Stanley Sopel: Associate Producer - Richard Schenkman
Treasures Of the Sea - Ian Fleming
Thunderball Open end Interviews
Maurice Binder at the Museum of Modern Art

BONDAGE #11 - 1982
John Gardner - Richard Schenkman
For Your Eyes Only Press Conference - Richard Schenkman
The 007 Night Spot
Twisting With James
Publish or Perish - Steven Jay Rubin

BONDAGE #12 - 1983
The John Glen Interview - Richard Schenkman and Tom Sciacca
A Visit to the Lilly Library - Raymond Benson
Never Say Never Again - Richard Schenkman
Talking With James Bond - Piero Corsini (Bon's Italian dub voice)
The Lois Maxwell Interview - Mark Greenberg

BONDAGE #13 - 1984
How To Write A Thriller - Ian Fleming
A Dialogue With Kingsley Amis - Raymond Benson
On the Set of "Diamonds Are Forever" - Danny Biederman
The Adolfo Celi Interview - Piero Corsini
... and check out the babe on the back cover...

BONDAGE #14 - 1985
The 1985 Model John Gardner - Richard Schenkman
Be Your Own James Bond - Raymond Benson
A View To A Kill
Ivar Bryce: A Remembrance - Ernest Cuneo
Sean Connery: Harvard Man of the Year

BONDAGE #15 - May, 1987
Casino Royale: The Forgotten Bond - Leonard Thomason
On the Set of "The Living Daylights" - Richard Schenkman
A Conversation with Timothy Dalton - Richard Schenkman
Sold! - Raymond Benson
Treasure Hunt in Eden - Ian Fleming

BONDAGE #16 - Winter, 1989
Treasure Hunt in Eden, Part Two - Ian Fleming
The Soundtracks to the Novels - Raymond Benson
Report from the Set of "License To Kill" - Richard Schenkman
Timothy Dalton Revisited - Richard Schenkman

BONDAGE #17 - 1990
Fleming's Life Depicted in "Goldeneye"
Treasure Hunt in Eden, Part Three - Ian Fleming
Ian Fleming's Other Spy - Jon E. Heitland
Chatting at the Plaza - Richard Schenkman
Every Man, His Own 007 - Richard Schenkman
A Visit to the James Bond Classroom - Raymond Benson

BRITISH HERITAGE - August/September 1995
Sean Connery: Beyond Bond

CAR & DRIVER - September, 1995
BMW Z3 roadster

CATS - July, 1995
Solomon -- Blofeld's cat in "On Her Majesty's Secret Service"

CELEBRITY SLEUTH - Oh, Oh, Seven! : Vol. 2 No. 5
All the leading ladies from every film including the latest 'License to Kill'

CINEFANTASTIQUE - Volume 19, Number 5; July, 1989
James Bond 007 Licence to Kill. Mark A. Altman

GoldenEye article

GoldenEye articles

CINESCAPE - Vol. 2, No. 2; November, 1995
The Year Of the Spy

CINESCAPE - Vol. 2, No. 7; April, 1996
Mission Impossible ("Warhead" article)

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY - February 17, 1995
Sean Connery Interview

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY - No. 281/282 June 30/July 7, 1995
Cool Tribute to Martinis and Bikinis

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY - No. 301; November 17, 1995
GoldenEye articles

ESQUIRE - Vol. 124, No. 5; November, 1995
Welcome Back, Mr. Bond:
Of Human Bondage
License To Hug (parody)
What Would You Do With Pussy Galore? (Quiz)

The Name's Bond, Euro Bond

THE FACE - Number 87: July, 1987
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang: Bond for Beginners. By Robert Sellers
John Barry interview by David Toop

FILM REVUE - April 1995
New Bond Age. Pierce Brosnan interview

FOR YOUR EYES ONLY - No. 25; March-April, 1991
The 007 Upheaval
Richard Maibaum Obituary

FOR YOUR EYES ONLY - No. 29; June-July, 1992
Whither James Bond?
And He Sure Won't Be On TV, Says Broccoli
But James Bond Will Return in... What? When?
James Bond Jr. Review

FOR YOUR EYES ONLY - No. 30; Spring, 1993
James Bond Returns in '94
Death Is Forever review

FOR YOUR EYES ONLY - No.32; Summer, 1994
The Once and Future Bond

FOR YOUR EYES ONLY - No. 32; Spring, 1995
007 Returns in 'Goldeneye'

GQ - Vol. 57, Number 6; June, 1987
The Third Coming of 007. By Michael VerMeulen

GQ - Vol.59, No. 7; July, 1989
All Together Now: Sean Connery is an Icon! By Diane K. Shah

Special Issue: The Holywood Reporter Salutes James Bond 007 on His 25th Anniversary in Motion Pictures.

Ken Adam interview

THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER - June 8, 1995, page 35
Goldeneye wrap announcement
Roger Moore interview

GoldenEye Soundtrack

LIFE - August 10, 1962
Ian Fleming expose, photographs by Loomis Dean.

LIFE - April 3, 1964
From Russia With Love feature
Sean Connery profile

LIFE - August 28, 1964
Allen Dulles' memoir of Ian Fleming

LIFE - November 6, 1964
"Goldfinger" features

LIFE - January 7, 1966
"Thunderball" features

LIFE - October 7, 1966
"The Life of Ian Fleming," by John Pearson

"Bond Strikes Camp," a satire by Cyril Connolly

"Beautiful Bodies, Then and Now"

MAXIM (the Magazine For Men) - September, 1995
The Ultimate Bond Girls, by Jo Berry

Licensed to Thrill (Famke Janssen interview)
Golden Eye (Fleming's Jamaica)

NEWSWEEK - July 17, 1989
Ka-boom, Ka-bam, Ka-Bomb: He's back - leching and lusting and macho as ever.

NEW STATESMAN - April 2, 1965
"The Story Fleming Dared Not Tell!," by Kingsley Amis

NEWSWEEK - June 26, 1995
Periscope column

NEWSWEEK - August 21, 1995
Danger Duds: Suiting 007

THE NEW YORKER - June 24 & July 1, 1996
Review of Andrew Lycett's "Ian Fleming," by Anthony Lane

PARADE (Sunday Newspaper Supplement) - November, 1981
Dusko Popov profile in Personality Parade - answering a question from Maxine Proctor, of Medford, Ore.

PLAYBOY - Vol. 10, No. 5; May, 1963
"Dr. No" review

PLAYBOY - Vol.11, No. 5; May, 1964
"From Russia With Love" review

PLAYBOY - Vol. 12, No. 11; November, 1965
The Playboy Interview:Sean Connery
"James Bond's Girls," by Richard Maibaum

PLAYBOY - Vol. 13, No. 3; March, 1966
"Thunderball" review

PLAYBOY - Vol. 14, No. 6; June, 1967
"007's Oriental Eyefuls," by Roald Dahl

PLAYBOY - Vol. 18, No. 4; April, 1971
Lana Wood pictorial, with poetry

PLAYBOY - Vol.18, No. 12; December,1971
Vegas Comes Up 007 (uncredited)
Sex Stars of 1971 (features Timothy Dalton)

PLAYBOY - Vol. 34, No. 9; September, 1987
The Women of 007
Spy Wars
Now Hear This - A Field Guide to Bugs
"The Living Daylights" review

PLAYBOY - Vol. 44, No. 1; January, 1997
"Blast From the Past," by Raymond Benson

PREMIERE - July, 1989
The Ad Campaign That Wasn't

READER'S DIGEST (South African Edition) September 1995
"Is this the Man Who was James Bond?" by Lawrence Elliot

ROLLING STONE - October 27th, 1983
Sean Connery interview - Kurt Loder

ROLLING STONE - July 16th, 1987
Meet the New Bond - Gerri Hirshey

SHOW "The Magazine of the Arts" - August, 1962
"How to Write a Thriller," by Ian Fleming

STARBURST - Issue 199, March 1995
John Glen interview

STARBURST - Issue 200, April 1995
Goldeneye feature

STARLOG - Number 74, September, 1983
Lorenzo Semple, Jr. interview
Maurice Binder Interview

STARLOG - Number 75, October, 1983
The Forgotten James Bond
Barry Nelson: The First James Bond
Lorenzo Semple, Jr. interview
Barbara Carrera interview

STARLOG - Number 79, February, 1984
Irvin Kirshner interview

STARLOG - Number 122, September, 1987
25 Years of 007

STUDIO FOR MEN - Vol. 7 #14, Autumn/Winter 1995
Pierce Brosnan interview

TIME - Vol. 130 No.6; August 10, 1987
James Bond at 25: Bond Keeps Up His Siver Streak

VARIETY - February 10,1988
"James Bond vs. SPECTRE" announcement

VARIETY - July 1, 1989
"Licence To Kill" review


WGA WEST NEWSLETTER - December/January, 1988
Maibaum Makes 007 Come Alive - Writers Circle discussion
(Videotape available from the Writers Guild)


The Daily Express - London, August 8, 1986
That's My Bond! - Garth Pearce

The Daily Herald - suburban Chicago, August 11, 1995
Bond, James Bond is cool, cynical and utterly Brosnan - Dann Gire

The London Times - April 12, 1997
Licence To Make a Killing ("Zero Minus Ten" review) - John Naughton

The London Times - May 7, 1997
How Miss Moneypenny brought a mugger to heel - Joanna Bale

The London Times - March 22 1998
Was Fleming's brother the real James Bond? - Rob Corbidge and Tom McArthur

The Los Angeles Times: Sunday Calendar - July 26, 1987
007: Bonding Fact and Fiction - Leonard Klady
Reclaiming the Darker Side of Bond - Charles Champlin

The Los Angeles Times - July 14, 1989
'Licence' a Darker Version of Bond - Michael Wilmington

Los Angeles Times: Sunday Calendar - July 16, 1995
New Mission for a New Bond - David Gritten

New York Post - December 18, 1997
Brosnan Confesses To Secret 007 Scheme - Stephen Schaefer

New York Times: Obituaries - February 17, 1989: James Bond, Ornithologist, 89; Fleming Adopted Name for 007.

New York Times - July 14, 1989
Dalton Plays a Brooding Bond In His Latest Spy Turn - Caryn James

The New York Times - September 6, 1995
Wine Talk column - "Bollinger: The Champagne of James Bond 007".

Pravda - September 30, 1965
Preaching a License To Kill - Yuri Zhukov

Reuters - June 8, 1994
Pierce Brosnan is new James Bond - Maggie Fox

Reuters - February, 1995
James Bond, spy with new-look heroines - Paul Majendie

Reuters - April 23, 1997
James Bond To Drive BMW In New Film - John Gilardi

Reuters - December 22, 1997
Screenwriters Sue Makers Of New James Bond Film - Michael Miller

St. Paul Pioneer Press - February 6, 1995
Dalton? He's a No-No-Seven
Pierce Brosnan interview

Scotland Herald - November 25, 1999
The World is Not Enough marks a return to form for James Bond - Brian Pendreigh - 1998
Bond Vs. Bond - Denise Hamilton

Sunday Independent (Dublin, Ireland), June 11, 1995
For Pierce (and his girl) it's Kerry on 007

Sunday Times - 1950
Bang-Bang, Kiss-Kiss - Ian Fleming

USA Today - July 17, 1989
Dalton's bonding with 007 - Susan Spillman

USA Today - August 9, 1995
For 007, a fashion that's forever - Elizabeth Snead


The Life of Ian Fleming. By John Cork, editor, Goldeneye Magazine, The Ian Fleming Foundation

Ian Fleming-A Literary Style & Legacy. By John Cork, editor, Goldeneye Magazine, The Ian Fleming Foundation

NUKE Moviescape: Special Features - September 11, 1995
The spy who came in for the gold. By Edward Gross

Sneak Peek: A look at the preview of Goldeneye - September, 1995
What's that you say, Mr. Bond? By Bruce Reid


The Incredible World of James Bond. November, 1965
NBC. Produced by David L. Wolper.
Narrated by Alexander Scourby.

Welcome to Japan, Mr. Bond. June, 1967
NBC. Produced and directed by Dan Davis.
Starring Lois Maxwell and Desmond Llewelyn.

A Spy For All Seasons. 1972
Danny Biederman

Omnibus: Ian Fleming. January 1, 1970
BBC. Produced by Kenneth Corden

James Bond: The First 21 Years. 1983
Eon Productions. British and American television

Happy Anniversary 007. 1987
Eon Productions.
Written by Richard Schickel.
Hosted by Roger Moore.

Bond, James Bond. 1989
British MTV Bond Special
Narrated by Ray Cokes.

Understanding Modern Society: A Global Culture? 1990
Open University program

World of Discovery. 1991
Al Giddings profile
Narrated by James Coburn

30 Years of James Bond. 1991
Executive Producer Nicholas Barrett

Entertainment Tonight. July 10, 1995
Sean Connery Interview

James Bond. 1995
Arts and Entertainment Biography

Roger Moore: A Matter of Class. 1995
Arts and Entertainment Biography

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