IFP announces new editions of 3 continuation novels

The new editions will be published to coincide with Global James Bond Day.

Ian Fleming Publications chose the anniversary of Ian Fleming’s death to announce new editions of three continuation novels published by the IFP imprint with new introductions.

Penned by Kingsley Amis and first published under the pseudonym Robert Markham, Colonel Sun was the first Bond novel published after the original series. The 55th-anniversary edition features a foreword penned by Anthony Horowitz, shedding new light on the classic narrative.

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of its initial release, John Pearson’s James Bond: The Authorised Biography delves into the intricate background of the enigmatic spy. The edition includes a foreword contributed by Mark Pearson, John’s son.

The reissue of Zero Minus Ten by Raymond Benson includes a new introduction by the author offering fresh insights into his first Bond novel, first published in 1997.

The upcoming releases are slated for publication on 5th October, Global James Bond Day, priced at £9.99 each. Pre-orders are currently open through the official Ian Fleming Publications website and on Amazon UK. A limited number of signed copies of Zero Minus Ten are also available for pre-order. These will be shipped at a later date.


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