Trigger Mortis is a James Bond novel written by Anthony Horowitz, and commissioned by . "Trigger Mortis by Anthony Horowitz, book review: So, what became of Pussy Galore?". The Independent. Archived from the original on 13 April. Incorporating original, never-before-published material from creator Ian Fleming, New York Times bestselling author Anthony Horowitz returns literary legend James Bond to his s heyday in this exhilarating and dashing thriller. The world's most famous spy, James Bond, has. Trigger Mortis: With Original Material by Ian Fleming (Ja and millions of other books are available for instant access. Trigger Mortis: A James Bond Novel (James Bond Novels (Paperback)) Paperback – September 6, James Bond won his battle with criminal mastermind Auric.
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They team up and investigate Sin's construction depot in New York State. There, discovers that Sin is building a replica Vanguard and both agents are taken prisoner. Over dinner with the villain it is revealed that he is plotting to destroy the U.
Bond is buried alive, but manages to escape and pursues Sin to his explosives-laden subway train at a Coney Island depot. He narrowly misses the departing train, but intercepts it with the help of Jeopardy Lane's motorcycle skills. He leaps on, works his way across the vehicle's roof, disables the bomb and derails the train using makeshift grenades composed of C4 and blast caps.
Meanwhile, the real malfunctioning Vanguard launches and is harmlessly self-destructed using its "Trigger Mortis" fail-safe switch. Knocked unconscious, awakes to find Sin kicking him to death.
As the Korean raises his firearm to finish him off, Bond whips a metal chain around his leg and tosses the other end onto the live electric rail - electrocuting Sin to death.
After consummating his relationship with Jeopardy, the pair mutually part ways and Bond returns to London. There, he is ambushed by a vengeful Dimitrov.
Held at gunpoint, Bond is saved from the assassin's first bullet by his car 's bullet-proof door window, which shatters, but provides Bond the opportunity he needs to grab his Walther PPK from a hidden compartment and shoot his assailant dead.
The book is set in the s and contains previously unseen Fleming material. The material chosen takes into the world of motor racing. In the s, Ian Fleming wrote several episode treatments for an ultimately unmade James Bond television series.