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Author: Ian Fleming
James Bond challenges Goldfinger, the most evil genius he has ever faced. He's a phenomenal criminal who likes women dressed only in gold paint. He's a magnificent fiend who carries his cash in gold bars. He's a powerful villian who plans to pull the biggest and boldest crime in history- the robbery of all the gold in Fort Knox.
ISBN: 51093
Pages: 191
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Publisher: The New American Library
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio Cassette, Audio CD
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This book takes you back to the golden days of espinoage, the 1960s. Bond hardly relies on hi-tech gadgetry to catch his foe. It is a fascinating comparison to the movies. A good read for spy enthusiasts!

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