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High Time to Kill (James Bond, #3) It S At A Dinner Party With His Old Friend The Former Governor Of The Bahamas That James Bond First Encounters The Deadly New Criminal Organization Known Simply As The Union An International Group, They Specialize In Military Espionage, Theft, Intimidation, And Murder When Information Vital To Britain S National Security Is Stolen, M And 007 Suspect That The Union Is Behind It Bond S Pursuit Of The Crucial Microdot Takes Him From One Of England S Most Exclusive Golf Clubs To The Frozen Heights Of One Of The World S Tallest Mountains His Every Step Is Dogged By Union Assassins Their Presence Alone Confirms Bond S Worst Fear There Is A Traitor In Her Majesty S Secret Service.


10 thoughts on “High Time to Kill (James Bond, #3)

  1. says:

    With no offense to John Gardner, who wrote some worthy 007 entries, Raymond Benson s Bond stories, symmetry and descriptive captivation gets better with each chapter Not only does this solitary rogue feel like Fleming s agent but he fully embraces his solace ...


  2. says:

    An interesting variant of the usual 007 story Serious mountain climbing plays a significant role The Bond Girl is still sexually available, but also independent and strong.


  3. says:

    Bond sat on the wooden seat, enjoying the sense of well used oak against his buttocks, as he evacuated his bowels into the porcelain splendour of the Armitage Shanks toilet bowl he had purchased from Blades club when they had carried out their last refurbishment in 76 He relished the thought of all of the characters who had once used the same seat, who had propped up the oak bar in the same establishment, where he had sipped many a fine Martini, made with Stolichnaya and the barest trace of Bond sat on the wooden seat, enjoying the sense of well used oak against his buttocks, as he evacuated his bowels into the porcelain splendour of the Armitage Shanks toilet bowl he had purchased from Blades club when they had carried out their last refurbishment in 76 He relishe...


  4. says:

    The best of the Benson Bonds At least so far Three down and three to go Half way there yeah, I m not counting the adaptations This opened like the other two Benson Bonds rather mediocre and almost clich It not that they re bad, there just wasn t much in their to make them feel original But this one hit a nice point where everything shifted and went in an interesting direction The second half was muchenjoyable and made me really want to jump input the next book in the series Th The best of the Benson Bonds At least so far Three down and three to go Half way there yeah, I m not counting the adaptations This opened like the other two Benson Bonds rather me...


  5. says:

    I love the old James Bond and I ve somewhat enjoyed the other authors who continue the series But personally, I think they should go back to writing about Bond in the 1960 s Some of the Bond mentality just doesn t fit today s...


  6. says:

    Just to be clear, this is 5 stars not because it s the Greatest Novel Ever Written, but because it gives you exactly what you want a fun, riotous James Bond story, complete with a ridiculous plot and an evenridiculous sex scene Car chases, gun battles, a unique Bond story unlike any else, you definitely get what you paid for with this book It was also refreshing to read a modern Bond novel not rampant with racism like the Fleming books, classic they may be High Time to Kill was a vast Just to be clear, this is 5 stars not because it s the Greatest Novel Ever Written, but because it gives you exactly what you want a fun, riotous James Bond story, complete with a ridiculous plot and an evenridiculous sex scene Car chases, gun battles, a unique Bond story unlike any else, you definitely get what you paid for with this book It was also refreshing to read a modern Bond novel not rampant with racism like the Fleming books, classic they ...


  7. says:

    Great shadow organization, good storyThis book has a major strength in the shadow organization behind the villainy in the story The Union is a lot like SPECTRE, which grants them a lotcredibility, which helps with the urgency of the story Even though the vill...


  8. says:

    Of all the James Bond novels that I have read, this is the first one that didn t feel like a James Bond novel It truly felt like any character could be inserted into the story and it still work Worse yet, the author goes out of his way to explain the dangers of mountain climbing and the precaution...


  9. says:

    High Time to Kill is Raymond Benson s fourth addition if you count a novelisation of Tomorrow Never Dies to the James Bond series and once again he manages to combine the sheer fantasy of the plot with a fairly decent story British government scientists have developed a new material Skin 17 that should be able to withstand the heat and stresses to allow an aircraft to fly at Mach 7 Unfortunately a traitor within the development team working for the Union a sort of terrorist for hire High Time to Kill is Raymond Benson s fourth addition if you count a novelisation of Tomorrow Never Dies to the James Bond series and once again he manages to combine the sheer fantasy of the plot with a fairly decent story British government scientists have developed a new material Skin 17 that should be able to withstand the heat and stresses to allow an aircraft to fly at Mach 7 Unfortunately a traitor within the development team working for the Union a sort of terrorist for hire but only in it for the money SPECTRE mark two if you like has stolen all the formulae and procedures to make the new wonder material Bond is assigned to track down those responsible for the treachery and recover the microdot before it falls into the hands of an unfriendly power As the story unfolds it becomes apparent that Bond s own department has a mole that is working for the Union so they know every move Bond makes even before he makes it As a novel in its own right this is a pretty entertai...


  10. says:

    Well, I m not going to grow any brain cells reading this book, but I was looking for something else and came across it in the library by surprise In high school I read the Ian Fleming books Later, I saw where John Gardner not from Grendel fame continued the series When I saw Benson was writing, I figured I d try him out So far so goo...


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