by Frank Cottrell Boyce
March 7, 2012 Ian Fleming's beloved flying car is back for more adventures. The British author's nieces asked children's writer Frank Cottrell Boyce to pick up where their uncle left off. Boyce took the responsibility seriously; he says he felt like he'd borrowed a "national treasure."
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