Danger Society: The Young Bond Dossier

Danger Society: The Young Bond Dossier  
Author(s) Charlie Higson
Illustrator Kev Walker
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Series James Bond / Young Bond
Genre(s) Non-fiction / Spy fiction
Publisher Ian Fleming Publications
Publication date October 29, 2009
Media type Print (Hardcover)
Pages 249
ISBN 978-0-14132768-6
OCLC Number 428776247
Preceded by By Royal Command

Danger Society: The Young Bond Dossier is a non-fiction companion to the Young Bond series of novels written by Charlie Higson. The book contains in-depth character profiles to the cars, the weapons and the exotic locations, plus facts, statistics, photographs, maps, and illustrations by Kev Walker. The book also includes an original Young Bond short story by Charlie Higson titled "A Hard Man to Kill". The story is set between the books Hurricane Gold and By Royal Command and involves James Bond traveling back to London aboard the French ocean liner SS Colombie. It is the longest James Bond short story yet written. An extract from the story appeared in the paperback edition of By Royal Command. [1]

Danger Society: The Young Bond Dossier was released by Puffin Books on 29 October 2009.[2][3]

Official summary

Puffin Books promotional blurb

Everything you ever wanted to know about the boy, who became the man, who became the legend.

Featuring a brand-new story by Charlie Higson, Danger Society: The Young Bond Dossier is the complete and definitive guide to the world and adventures of Young Bond.

Packed with information – from in-depth character profiles to the cars, the weapons and the exotic locations, plus facts, statistics, photographs, maps, and illustrations by Kev Walker – this book is both a must-have for Young Bond fans and a perfect introduction to the megaselling series.


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