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Sir Hugo Drax is a multi-millionaire business tycoon and war hero, revered by the British public for his Moonraker missile defence programme. So why does he risk destroying his reputation and the future of the Moonraker programme by gambling millions of pounds at the card table, and is there something suspicious about his winning streak?
As ‘the best card-player in the service’, Bond is called in to uncover the answers.
But as 007 probes deeper into the activities at the Moonraker base, he discovers that there is more to the mysterious Drax his project than simply cheating at cards...
“A series of blood-curding and incredible excitements…I couldn’t put the book down”
“Do not miss this...Irresistibly readable”
“I don’t know anyone who writes about gambling more vividly than Fleming”
New York Times
“A series of blood-curding and incredible excitements…I couldn’t put the book down until it was finished”
“One of the most accomplished of thriller-writers... Moonraker is as mercilessly readable as all the rest”
“Moonraker scores with brilliant exploitation of M at the dinner at Blades, and the splendid bridge trap set by Bond to catch the infamous crypto-Nazi, Sir Hugo Drax. Drax is by far the best characterised of all Bond's villains”