High time to kill
Bond is back and bigger than ever. Raymond Benson's novels have reached new heights both in sales and critical acclaim. Kirkus Reviews called The Facts of Death "a postmodern treat." Benson "imbues his Bond with enough honor, sexual prowess and action-hero skills to please the purist and enthrall the novice," says Publishers Weekly.It's at a dinner party with his old friend the former Governor of the Bahamas that James Bond first encounters the deadly new criminal organization known simply as "The Union." An international group, they specialize in military espionage, theft, intimidation, and murder. When information vital to Britain's national security is stolen, M and 007 suspect that the Union is behind it. Bond's pursuit of the crucial microdot takes him from one of England's most exclusive golf clubs to the frozen heights of one of the world's tallest mountains. His every step is dogged by Union assassins. Their presence alone confirms Bond's worst fear--there is a traitor in Her Majesty's Secret Service.
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|Grouping Title||high time to kill|
|Grouping Author||benson raymond|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-03-02 01:49:41AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-10-20 03:13:58AM|
|author||Benson, Raymond, 1955-|
|display_description||A formula for making aircraft material that withstands heat generated by supersonic speeds is stolen by criminals in Britain and they hide it inside a Chinese man's pacemaker. James Bond is put on the case, a mission which takes him to the Himalayas. By the author of The Facts of Death.|
|owning_library_summit||Summit County Library|
|subject_facet||Bond, James -- (Fictitious character) -- Fiction|
Great Britain -- Fiction
Himalaya Mountains -- Fiction
Secret service -- Fiction
|title_display||High time to kill|
|title_full||High time to kill / by Raymond Benson|
|title_short||High time to kill|