Auric Goldfinger: cruel, clever, frustratingly careful. A cheat at Canasta and a crook on a massive scale in everyday life. The sort of man James Bond hates. So it's fortunate that Bond is the man charged by both the Bank of England and MI5 to discover what the richest man in the country intends to do with his ill-gotten gains - and what his connection is with SMERSH, the feared Soviet spy-killing corps. But once inside this deadly criminal's organization, 007 finds that Goldfinger's schemes are more grandiose - and lethal - than anyone could have imagined. Not only is he planning the greatest gold robbery in history, but mass murder as well ...Quatrième de couverture :
Who is Auric Goldfinger? The Bank of England wants to know and they’re also curious to find out what he’s done with the huge stock of gold he’s been collecting since the war. James Bond is put on the trail.
This isn’t the first time 007 has come across the enigmatic millionaire and he quickly discovers that Goldfinger never forgets and never forgives. Bond is drawn inexorably into the most ambitious heist of the century and finds himself the only defence against Goldfinger’s murderous mania for gold.
'Nobody does this sort of thing as well as Mr Fleming' Sunday Times
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