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The Birth of a Legend: Anthony Horowitz on Casino Royale

After an expert turn at the 007 wheel in Trigger Mortis, Anthony Horowitz's latest novel, Forever and a Day, goes back to Bond's roots in a thrilling prequel to Ian Fleming's original James Bond story, Casino Royale

Here, in a Waterstones online exclusive, Anthony Horowitz looks back at the creation of the most famous secret agent of all time.

Mason Cross's Top 10 Heroes and Heroines

Mason, author of The Samaritan, the second Carter Blake novel, shares a list of the characters that have inspired him most as a thriller writer.

Five Things We Loved This Week

Five Things We Loved This Week

Posted on 30th Oct, 2015 by Sally Campbell

Our literary round-up of the last seven days

Orion Books: James Bond Competition

Orion Books: James Bond Competition

Posted on 23rd Oct, 2015 by Sally Campbell

Win a signed copy of Trigger Mortis and a ride in an Aston Martin

Five Things We Loved This Week

Five Things We Loved This Week

Posted on 23rd Oct, 2015 by Sally Campbell

Our literary round up of the last seven days

Spectre is not enough

Spectre is not enough

Posted on 26th Oct, 2015 by Sally Campbell

The new Bond film is out - but two and a half hours of Bond is just not enough for anyone...

Bond Hits And Myths

Bond Hits And Myths

Posted on 24th Oct, 2015 by Matthew Field & Ajay Chowdhury

James Bond scholars Matthew Field and Ajay Chowdhury set the record straight on some of Bond's more inaccurate legends.

James Bond will return in...Trigger Mortis

The cover for the new James Bond book is revealed and we've got an exclusive, signed, early proof to give away.

In conversation: Kim Newman

In conversation: Kim Newman

Posted on 31st Oct, 2014 by Matthew O'Donoghue & Kim Newman

Matthew O'Donoghue speaks to master of horror Kim Newman about scary monsters, super TV schedules, and his new novel An English Ghost Story.

Coincidence and synchronicity

Coincidence and synchronicity

Posted on 19th Jul, 2014 by Guest contributor

Was Rosie Garland really being stalked by foxes because she'd just finished writing a book called Vixen- or was something else going on?

In conversation: William Boyd

In conversation: William Boyd

Posted on 10th May, 2014 by Dan Lewis

With its paperback publication this week, we spoke to the author William Boyd about his James Bond novel, Solo; how he went about giving Bond more backstory, and who he thinks should write the next instalment.

007 Must read spy novels

007 Must read spy novels

Posted on 20th Mar, 2014 by Guest contributor

Matthew Dunn, author of the Spycatcher series, chooses his top double-0 seven essential spy novels...

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