In this, James Bond's first encounter with the deadly Blofeld, a deadly game of canasta turns out to be thoroughly crooked and a beautiful golden girl ends up dead. This is one of the well-known 007 novels featuring the urbane hero, James Bond.
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"Nobody does this sort of thing as well as Mr Fleming" ( Sunday Times)
"Highly entertaining" ( New York Times)
"Mr Fleming is the best thriller writer since Buchan" ( Evening Standard)
"Everything happens in this one - and you believe it" ( Saturday Review)
With a new introduction by Ben Schott.
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