Shoot to Kill

Young Bond

Publisher: Doubleday

Review

Young James Bond finds himself on another adventure that sees him flying on an airship from England to Los Angeles. With new-found friends Hugo, Boody and Dan, James discovers he has accidentally become involved in a murderous blackmail plot around a film reel. Mixing with the glamourous big shots of the Hollywood film industry, they find themselves in danger time and time again as they try to solve the mystery of the film reel.

Young Bond: Shoot to Kill is a real page turner with heroes and villains, adventure, action and humour. The book works well as a stand-alone novel, but once you've read it you'll be glad there is a whole catalogue of Young Bond novels to dive into next.

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