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Spies are mysterious, intriguing, and the subject of endless speculation. Ian Fleming’s James Bond—introduced in 1953—has been influencing thriller novels and films for seven decades. We all have our favorite 007 novel, Bond actor, and big screen adaptation. With larger-than-life villains, scantily clad assets, suspend-your-disbelief gadgets, and epic action scenes no spy has made a bigger impression.
But is there any truth to the world of James Bond? Do spies really carry laser pens and drive Aston Martins with machine gun headlights and ejector seats? Well, read on because this is “Spy Week” at Career Authors!