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This had been a Mexican with a name and an address, an employment card and perhaps a driving licence. Then something had gone out of him, out of the envelope of flesh and cheap clothes, and had left him an empty paper bag waiting for the dustcart.
And the difference, the thing that had gone out of the stinking Mexican bandit, was greater than all Mexico. Bond looked down at the weapon that had done it. The cutting edge of his right hand was red and swollen.
It would soon show a bruise. Bond flexed the hand, kneading it with his left.
He had been doing the same thing at intervals through the quick plane trip that had got him away. It was a painful process, but if he kept the circulation moving the hand would heal more quickly.
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Will all passengers please proceed to gate number seven. All aboard, please. Bond glanced at his watch.
At least another ten minutes before Transamerica would be called. He signalled to a waitress and ordered another double bourbon on the rocks.
When the wide, chunky glass came, he swirled the liquor round for the ice to blunt it down and swallowed half of it. He stubbed out the butt of his cigarette and sat, his chin resting on his left hand, and gazed moodily across the twinkling tarmac to where the last half of the sun was slipping gloriously into the Gulf.
The death of the Mexican had been the finishing touch to a bad assignment, one of the worst—squalid, dangerous and without any redeeming feature except that it had got him away from headquarters.
So bye-bye Penguin.
The suits at Pearson will not be overjoyed at this, but they are playing hardball. According to the Bookseller, Penguin has declared it will walk away from any future paperback licence renewal unless digital rights are included.
The Fleming estate will not be surprised at this response to their bold ebook gamble.
They know that, when the time comes, they can take the Fleming backlist to Random House, HarperCollins or any major trade house with a strong paperback division. So what next?
The Tolkien, Lewis and Dahl estates, to name three of the most obvious, will be looking at the implications for the sales of their titles in the ebook market.
Eventually, the effects of the Fleming decision will trickle down into the contemporary trade scene — and probably sooner than we anticipate. The footsoldiers of the ebook revolution are on the move.
That's you and me, the consumer.Plainly, the Fleming estate has read the runes. Fleming died of a heart attack at his hotel in Canterbury.
Bond glanced at his watch. This report is anonymous. The footsoldiers of the ebook revolution are on the move. According to the Bookseller, Penguin has declared it will walk away from any future paperback licence renewal unless digital rights are included.