The Living Daylights (James Bond Series, Book 15) by Ian Fleming
By Ian Fleming
Despatched to West Berlin to aid with the get away of Agent 272 from the East, British undercover agent James Bond falls less than the spell of an attractive musician that he watches each one evening from his hide-out. but if the instant for the get away comes, Bond's split-second selection may well suggest catastrophe for all.
The residing Daylights is the 15th name within the James Bond secret agent sequence. It used to be tailored for the 1987 movie starring Timothy Dalton as James Bond.
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I saw the books in Gretchen’s library, on their own shelf, with dustcovers still well intact though aged. Her mother had inscribed each one to her—“To my darling daughter”—with what I calculated to be the year Gretchen would have finished the equivalent of high school. Next to them were braille versions, which Gretchen had commissioned. The covers showed a woman with short blond hair and an exaggerated expression apparently romping through comic adventures with her social set, who, the plot summaries informed us, didn’t approve of the heroine’s ambition.
I want to thank you for all the work you’re putting into it. I knew the photos were in a state, but I didn’t realize how bad of one. ” She pushed her eyebrows together. I could tell how hard that was for her to say. ” Gretchen teared up. “It was magical, those youngest years. Not just seeing—though seeing was good, of course—but it was what I saw! Mother had such a way of creating moments. She lived a life then that was … exotic and exhilarating … hotels and airplanes…. I tagged along. Did you see the picture?
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