Duns On Bond is an omnibus edition of two short books by Jeremy Duns: Rogue Royale and Diamonds In The Rough. Both are also individually available. Rogue Royale In the mid-Sixties, the James Bond films became a global phenomenon as the world thrilled to their spectacular action sequences and cool gadgets. But the films nearly went in a very different direction, with a much darker treatment of Ian Fleming's first novel by Hollywood's most acclaimed screenwriter. Journalist and spy novelist Jeremy Duns unearths Ben Hecht's drafts of Casino Royale. Rogue Royale is around 11,000 words long, and builds on his ground-breaking 3,400-word article published in The Sunday Telegraph in 2011. Diamonds In The Rough So much has been written about James Bond that it seems scarcely imaginable there is any more territory to mine. But in Diamonds In The Rough, Jeremy Duns shares the fruits of several years of research into unexplored aspects of Ian Fleming and his universe, from lost novels and screenplays to hidden inspirations. This short book collects articles previously published in The Sunday Times, The Sunday Telegraph and elsewhere.