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25 November 2009

Find the house where Ian Fleming wrote James Bond's adventures

The author of the James Bond books, Ian Fleming, was a Londoner. He was born born into a wealthy family at 27 Green Street in Mayfair, but most of his books were written after he moved into number 16 Victoria Square in January 1953.


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At about the same time, he published his first novel, Casino Royale, in which he introduced an unknown secret agent called James Bond.

Live and Let Die followed in 1954, Moonraker in 1955, From Russia With Love in 1957, Dr No in 1958, and many others. Fleming lived at Victoria Square until his death in 1964, and a new James Bond novel appeared every year until the short stories Octopussy and the Living Daylights in 1966.

For more, see here or for more on Fleming see here.

2 comments:

  1. Thank you, I really enjoyed knowing more on Ian FLEMING. It is from Istanbul that I am following your site, which I find very interesting as a London lover.
    Very practical idea and a nice blog.
    Thank you!

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  2. Hi Berfin,

    Great to hear you are reading from Turkey.

    Can you recommend any good websites for things to do in Istanbul? I bet there are hundreds of great things to see.

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