BELOW ARE SOME of Bond novels and tie-in books written by authors other than Ian Fleming and John Gardner.
Colonel Sun was the first and last “Robert Markham” novel, actually written by Kingsley Amis.
In the 1970s John Pearson wrote an “authorised biography of Bond and Roger Moore wrote a set diary when he made Live and Let Die.
The first nine movies got Fleming tie-in editions. By the end of the 1970s however there was little resemblance between the source novel and the movie. This prompted the first “novelisations” for the Bond movies. Bond scriptwriter Christopher Wood adapted his own scripts to produce new novels of The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker in the Fleming style.
John Gardner followed in the 1980s and 1990s as shown on another page of the site. He was followed by Raymond Benson who started his series of Bond books in 1997. Benson wrote six original Bond novels and three adaptations of the Brosnan movies.
In 2008 to mark the centenary of fleming’s Birth Sebastian Faulks wrote Devil May Care.
In 2011 Jeffery Deaver “re-booted” Bond for the 21st century in Carte Blanche.
Trigger Mortis by Anthony Horowitz