The Current | Nov 15, 2013 | 23:47

The evolution of James Bond - November 15, 2013

James Bond has lived many lives but in his latest incarnation, he's back to being the sensitive, insecure spy his creator intended. The latest author to take on the franchise explains why his new book features the old Bond.

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