Bond's Creator

April 1962
New Yorker;4/21/1962, Vol. 38 Issue 9, p32
The article presents an interview with Ian Fleming, an author of Secret Service thrillers. Fleming explains the reason for his visit in New York City. Educational and career background of Fleming are provided. He ponders the reason for the success of fictional character, James Bond, and his Secret Service thrillers.


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