Bluffer's Guide to Bond

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Bluffer's Guide to Bond
Format: Paperback / softback, 128 Pages
ISBN: 9781785217197
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Never again confuse SMERSH with SPECTRE, Oddjob with Onatopp, or Plenty O’Toole with Pussy Galore. A quick read of The Bluffer’s Guide to Bond and you will be able to pronounce confidently on the finer points of the books, the films, and the character of the deadly assassin himself.

The author

Mark Mason is a supporter of Coventry City FC. Despite this fact, he retains a strong interest in the game. His own skills on the football field can perhaps be most charitably described as ‘non-existent’. His one and only shot on goal, in a school match at the age of 12, was a mere matter of inches wide – of the corner flag. He has penned football articles for a variety of newspapers and magazines, as well as produced documentaries on the subject for the BBC. He had hoped that interviewing players would cause some of their magic to rub off on him. Anyone who sees the look of terror in his eyes whenever he has to kick the ball back to a group of six-year-olds in the park will know that it hasn’t.

Mark also has authored three comic novels, a series of non-fiction works, including The Importance of Being Trivial, and he is a regular contributor to numerous newspapers and magazines (but never about anything too complicated). He suspects that Bond wouldn’t have much time for him.

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Format: Paperback / softback, 128 Pages
ISBN: 9781785217197
Size: 4.38 in x 7 in / 111.25 mm x 177.8 mm