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Review: William Boyd's Bond novel 'Solo' puzzles over its mission

by John Horn
There is no big set piece to open "Solo," the new James Bond novel by British author William Boyd. The secret agent best known as 007 doesn't launch the story with an extravagant car chase, sky diving stunt or gunfight.
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Review: William Boyd's Bond novel 'Solo' puzzles over its mission

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