Andrew Gully

Andrew Gully

Andrew Gully

 

James Bond legacy thrives

Andrew Gully

Suave, English and debonair: a spy with a dated attitude to women and often in trouble with his superiors. No, the name's not Bond, James Bond, but Ian Fleming, the creator of the Cold War's archetypal secret agent. Fleming died 40 years ago on Thursday at the age of 56 after penning 14 Bond novels, which have sold more than 65-million copies worldwide and have been translated into at least 36 languages.