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Thom Popejoy

Thom Popejoy is a recent Journalism graduate with a passion for Flemings original literary work. With work published in BBC History and various other international magazines, Thom currently works as a freelance writer.

Villainous females of the Bond world

November 6th, 2013 by

The women in the Bond universe are too often characterised using two words: Bond Girl. Here we take a look at the most villainous of them.

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Review: ‘Solo’ by William Boyd

October 4th, 2013 by

Writing a Bond novel must be pretty tough. After all, many have tried to take on the heavy yoke of expectation that surrounds anything even loosely associated with Britain’s cold war master spy, James Bond, 007. In 2012, Sam Mendes’ latest cinematic effort, Skyfall seemed to suggest that Daniel Craig et al were just getting […]

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James Bond: The Ultimate Sportsman

October 2nd, 2013 by

“But now the club head was going back, coming down, the left knee bent correctly in towards the ball, the left arm straight as a ramrod. Crack! The ball sailed off, a beautiful drive, as good as Goldfinger had hit, straight down the fairway. Bond’s heart sang. Got you, you bastard! Got you! Blithely Bond […]

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