Goldfinger by Ian Fleming

In this espionage thriller, the suave British secret agent is tasked with investigating a wealthy gold magnate suspected of illegal gold smuggling on a grand scale. The agent uncovers a daring plot to raid the gold reserves at Fort Knox, which threatens to destabilize the world's economy. With the help of a resourceful female pilot, the protagonist navigates a world of danger, betrayal, and high-stakes gambling, using his wits and gadgets to thwart the villain's elaborate scheme. The story is a classic blend of action, intrigue, and international adventure, set against the backdrop of the Cold War.

The 2159th greatest book of all time


Published
1959
Nationality
British
Type
Fiction
Pages
218-320
Words
62,000
Original Language
English

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