SilverFin

(4 reviews with an average rating of 5 out of 5)

Publisher: Penguin

Meet Bond. James Bond. But not as you will have seen him before... James is a recently orphaned boy starting his first term at Eton. He is popular and adept at school but his only stumbling block is the bully George Hellebore, son of the boorish Lord Hellebore.

When James goes to stay in rural Scotland with his Aunt and Uncle, he befriends ‘Red’ Kelly, who is in Scotland to investigate the mysterious disappearance of his young cousin, last seen fishing in Lord Hellebore’s nearby estate.

James sets out on a path of investigation which soon leads him to Hellebore’s castle and the terrifying experiments happening within…

This book weaves a fascinating back history for the world’s most famous spy and contains plot twists and action that will delight boys and girls too.

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