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007 gu shi di er ji.

Abridged. A James Bond novel.

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  • "The world's masters of murder pull out all the stops to destroy Agent 007! Agent 007 is sent into Turkey to confiscate an encryption device which is actually a trap for him contrived by SPECTRE. James Bond, 007, is sent on a mission to Istanbul to try and acquire a Russian cypher machine known as Lektor from a defecting Russian agent. However, the Russians have no knowledge of this as it is a S.P.E.C.T.R.E. ploy to lure James Bond into a trap - a fitting tribute to their now- dead agent Dr. No."
  • "Agent 007 raakt bij zijn werk in Moskou onder de bekoring van een knappe medewerkster van de Russische geheime dienst."
  • "Abridged. A James Bond novel."@en
  • "British secret agent James Bond is lured into a trap using the beautiful Russian spy Tatiana Romanova as bait. She's asked for passage to Paris with Bond as her chaperone in exchange for a top secret decoding machine. To survive the train ride from Istanbul, 007 will need to keep his wits about him and his Beretta close at hand, dealing with SMERSH's deadliest assassin and their operations chief, Rosa Klebb."@en
  • "The lethal SMERSH organization in Russia has targeted Agent 007 for elimination. But when James Bond allows himself to be lured to Istanbul and walks willingly into a trap, a game of cross and double-cross ensues, with Bond as both the stakes and the prize."
  • "James Bond is a marked man. SMERSH ? the Russian organization dedicated to wiping out foreign spies ? has targeted him for elimination. Fiendish Colonel Rosa Klebb and her top assassin lay a sting for Bond in Istanbul ? and they have the perfect bait in the irresistible Tatiana Romanova, whose orders are to seduce 007 and leave the rest to her superiors. But when the trap is sprung, Bond and Tatiana become pawns in a deadly game of cross and double-cross?"
  • ""Every major foreign government organization has a file on British secret agent James Bond. Now, Russia's lethal SMERSH organization has targeted him for elimination. SMERSH has the perfect bait in the irresistible Tatiana Romanova, who lures 007 to Istanbul promising the top-secret Spektor cipher machine. But when Bond walks willingly into the trap, a game of cross and double-cross ensues, with Bond both the stakes and the prize."--Publisher description."
  • ""Every major foreign government organization has a file on British secret agent James Bond. Now, Russia's lethal SMERSH organization has targeted him for elimination. SMERSH has the perfect bait in the irresistible Tatiana Romanova, who lures 007 to Istanbul promising the top-secret Spektor cipher machine. But when Bond walks willingly into the trap, a game of cross and double-cross ensues, with Bond both the stakes and the prize."--Publisher description."@en
  • "SMERSH, the Russian intelligence unit, is hell-bent on destroying Special Agent James Bond. His death would deal a hammer blow to the heart of The British Secret Service. The lure? The chance for 007 to bring the Spektor decoding machine from Istanbul to London, and for the British to take the upper hand in a chilling new front of the Cold War. So begins a deadly game of bluff and double bluff, with Bond a marked man as he enters the murky world of Balkan espionage."
  • "SMERSH is the Soviet organ of vengeance, of interrogation, torture and death. James Bond is dedicated to the destruction of its agents wherever he finds them. Then the cold eye of SMERSH focuses on Bond and far away in Moscow a trap is laid for him."@en
  • "A game of cross and double-cross ensues-with the British Secret Service's most infamous operative both the stakes and the prize-in this classic Bond novel of counterespionage."
  • "Every major foreign government has a file on James Bond, British secret agent. Now, Russia's deadly SMERSH organization has targeted him for elimination ; they have the perfect bait in the irresistible Tatiana Romanova. Her mission is to lure Bond to Istanbul and seduce him while her superiors handle the rest."
  • "SMERSH is the Soviet organ of vengeance, and James Bond is dedicated to the destruction of its agents wherever he finds them."
  • "From Russia With Love is the fifth of Ian Fleming's James Bond novels and takes Bond to Istanbul, where a beautiful girl - and death - await him ... Every major foreign government has a file on James Bond, British secret agent. Now, Russia's deadly SMERSH organization has targeted him for elimination - they have the perfect bait in the irresistible Tatiana Romanova. Her mission is to lure Bond to Istanbul and seduce him while her superiors handle the rest. But when Bond walks willingly into the trap, a game of cross and double cross ensues - with Bond both the stakes and the prize ..."
  • "Penguin Decades bring you the novels that helped shape modern Britain. When they were published, some were bestsellers, some were considered scandalous, and others were simply misunderstood. All represent their time and helped define their generation, while today each is considered a landmark work of storytelling. Ian Fleming's From Russia with Love was published in 1957 and made suave, steely secret agent James Bond an icon. Here 007 encounters the deadly machinations of Russian organisation SMERSH, the fiendish Colonel Rosa Klebb - and the irresistible beauty Tatiana Romanova - in one of the most thrilling classic novels of the Cold War."
  • ""Every major foreign government has a file on James Bond, British secret agent. Now, Russia's deadly SMERSH organization has targeted him for elimination - they have the perfect bait in the irresistible Tatiana Romanova. Her mission is to lure Bond to Istanbul and suduce him while her superiors handle the rest. But when Bond walks willingly into the trap, a game of cross and double cross ensues." -- Back cover."

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  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "Genres littéraires."
  • "Large type books."
  • "Suspense fiction"
  • "Spy stories"@en
  • "Spy stories"
  • "Spy stories."
  • "Spy stories."@en
  • "Prirejene izdaje"
  • "Adventure stories"
  • "Fiction."@en
  • "Fiction."
  • "Spy stories, English."@en
  • "Ausgabe."
  • "Textbooks"
  • "Textbooks"@en

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  • "From Russia With Love A James Bond Novel"
  • "James Bond 007."
  • "007 gu shi di er ji."@en
  • "From Russia with love : a James Bond novel /"
  • "From Russia, with love"
  • "From Russia, with love"@en
  • "From Russia with love"
  • "From Russia with love"@en
  • "From Russia, with love. [A novel.]."
  • "From Russia, with love /"
  • "From Russia, with love /"@en
  • "From Russia, with Love."@en
  • "FROM RUSSIA, WITH LOVE."
  • "From Russia, with love : a novel /"
  • "From Russia, with Love"
  • "From Russsia, With Love /"
  • "From russia with love : a james bond novel."
  • "From Russia with Love"@en
  • "James Bond."
  • "From Russia with love /"@en
  • "From Russia with love /"
  • "From Russia With Love."@en
  • "James Bond"
  • "From Russia with love : [a James Bond novel] /"@en
  • "From Russia with love : [a James Bond novel] /"
  • "From Russia, with love : Unabridged."
  • "007故事第二集"
  • "From Russia with Love /"@en
  • "From Russia with Love /"
  • "James Bond :"
  • "From Russia, with love."
  • "From Russia, with love."@en
  • "From Russia with love."@en
  • "From Russia with love."

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