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Superspy Science: Science, Death and Tech in the World of James Bond

by Kathryn Harkup Author

Former chemist turned author, Kathryn Harkup writes about the plausible and implausible in the James Bond series. How likely would it have been that the villains in the series actually had a shot at world domination? Is the arsenal of a 007 the stuff of science or is it closer to today's science fiction? How probable are the dramatic near-deaths and close calls that an agent faces? Taking questions like these, Harkup takes another cult favorite and runs it through her metaphorical microscopic lens. 

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