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Birds of the West Indies by Ian Fleming (James Bond)

Birds of the West Indies is known not only for its exhaustive study of Caribbean birds, but also for its author, whose namesake became famous as the fictional Agent 007 of Her Majesty’s Secret Service.

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(Source: duivelsei)

Nov 5
British actress of Jamaican and Trinidadian parentage NAOMIE HARRIS
For 50 years, the leading ladies of the James Bond movies have been impactful. From the unforgettable scene with Ursula Andress emerging from the blue Caribbean waters in Doctor No or Halle Berry in Die Another Day or Jane Seymour in Live and Let Die, the women of Bond have added their own spark to every scene. Skyfall features Bérénice Marlohe and Naomie Harris. Bérénice stars as a mysterious femme fatale and Naomie as a gun-toting MI6 agent.

British actress of Jamaican and Trinidadian parentage NAOMIE HARRIS

For 50 years, the leading ladies of the James Bond movies have been impactful. From the unforgettable scene with Ursula Andress emerging from the blue Caribbean waters in Doctor No or Halle Berry in Die Another Day or Jane Seymour in Live and Let Die, the women of Bond have added their own spark to every scene. Skyfall features Bérénice Marlohe and Naomie Harris. Bérénice stars as a mysterious femme fatale and Naomie as a gun-toting MI6 agent.

Oct 8

A Caribbean Mystery

Author Charlie Higson (Young Bond) has adapted the Miss Marple adventure A Caribbean Mystery for British television (ITV1); he will also have a cameo role as the unassuming American ornithologist, James Bond.

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(Source: repeatingislands.com)

James Bond’s Caribbean

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Golden Eye, Oracabessa, Jamaica

The little villa that started it all. Former intelligence officer Ian Fleming penned his first James Bond novel in 1952 at his vacation home, Golden Eye, and the island inspired many of the novels themselves.

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