Forever and a Day author Anthony Horowitz tells Anna James why he spent years angling for an invite to write a Bond novel, and has relished creating one that resonates in the age of Brexit and #MeToo
The explosive prequel to Ian Fleming’s Casino Royale, read an exclusive chapter from Anthony Horowitz's James Bond novel Forever and a Day in which we first hear of the newest recruit to the Double-O Section.
The author of the bestselling teen spy series, Alex Rider, ANTHONY HOROWITZ is also responsible for creating and writing some of the UK’s most loved and successful TV series including Midsomer Murders and Foyle’s War. He has also written two highly acclaimed Sherlock Holmes novels, The House of Silk and Moriarty, two James Bond novels, Trigger Mortis and Forever And A Day, and two bestselling crime novels, The Word is Murder and The Sentence is Death, starring Detective Daniel Hawthorne. In 2016 he wrote Magpie Murders which became a bestseller around the world, and was the recipient of eight literary awards in Japan. Moonflower Murders, which will be published in August 2020, continues the story.