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Raymond Benson


Raymond Benson

Raymond Benson is the internationally acclaimed author of 30 published titles. The fourth book in his most recent thriller series --- THE BLACK STILETTO: Secrets & Lies --- recently appeared, preceded by THE BLACK STILETTO, THE BLACK STILETTO: BLACK & WHITE, and THE BLACK STILETTO: STARS & STRIPES. The fifth and final chapter in the saga will be published late 2014. Raymond was the fourth --- and first American --- author of the official James Bond novels (1996-2002), and his work is currently collected in the anthologies CHOICE OF WEAPONS and The Union Trilogy. His "rock 'n' roll thriller" DARK SIDE OF THE MORGUE was a Shamus nominee for Best Paperback Original P.I. Novel of 2009. Raymond is also a prolific tie-in writer, the most recent work being HOMEFRONT: The Voice of Freedom (cowritten with John Milius) and HITMAN: Damnation.

Raymond Benson

Books by Raymond Benson

edited by Jeffery Deaver and Raymond Benson - Fiction, Short Stories, Suspense, Thriller

The Cold War --- a terrifying time when nuclear war between the world's two superpowers was an ever-present threat, an all-too-real possibility that could be set off at the touch of a button --- provides a chilling backdrop to this collection of all-new short stories from today's most celebrated mystery writers. Bestselling authors Jeffery Deaver and Raymond Benson have joined forces to bring us 20 tales of paranoia, espionage and psychological drama.

by Raymond Benson - Spy Fiction, Thriller

In this new collection of James Bond novels, we are once again treated to the thrilling adventures of Fleming’s classic hero, first in The Facts of Death, which pits Britain’s famed secret agent against a fanatic cult who has murdered M’s lover; then in Zero Minus Ten, where Bond finds himself in Hong Kong to investigate a series of deadly shipping explosions; and finally in The Man with the Red Tattoo, where Bond must stop a Japanese crime ring from attempting a mass assassination with a deadly strain of the West Nile virus.