'Kalashnikov,' he said curtly. 'Sub-machine-gun. Gas operated. Thirty rounds in 7.62 millimetre. Favourite with the KGB.' In the first of these two thrilling stories, the suave and deadly James Bond is sent to Berlin, where a British agent is going to make a break for freedom beneath the barrel of a KGB assassin's gun. While in the second, a daring execution on motorbike is a riddle only 007 can solve.
This book includes The Living Daylights and From a View to Kill.