SPECIAL RELEASES
FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE
© PENGUIN 2010

Cover Artist: Peter Blake
Year of Release: 2010
Country of Origin: U.K.
Author: Ian Fleming
Release Details: Part of the Penguin Decades series which was created to celebrate Penguin's 75th anniversary of publishing books. Four decades were covered by this series; the 1950's, 1960's, 1970's and 1980's. Within each decade five titles were selected. This novel by Ian Fleming was selected as one of those five for the 1950's. The other four titles were:
"Scenes from Provincial Life" by William Cooper
"Lucky Jim" by Kingsley Amis
"Billy Liar" by Keith Waterhouse
"The Chrysalids" by John Wyndham

Further details of these and other novels released in this series can be found here

FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE
© PENGUIN 2010

Cover Artist: Chris Garver
Year of Release: 2010
Country of Origin: U.S.
Author: Ian Fleming
Release Details: Part of the Penguin Ink Series of covers designed by "creative contemporary tattoo artists". There were around twenty books in this series published between 2010 and 2011 and all feature French flaps

DR NO
© VINTAGE 2018

Cover Artist: Unknown
Year of Release: 2018
Country of Origin: U.K.
Author: Ian Fleming
Release Details: Section of a press release from Vintage Books:
"Heroes and Villains" is our brand new series of A-format books - a collection of broad and diverse writing from authors who’s words challenge the complex boundaries between right and wrong. The actions of the heroes and villains blur the lines between good and bad, so the design works by giving a strong visual reference around the idea of duplicity with their striking black and white covers. The books all feature strong characters and both sides of the covers show quotes from the famous (or depending on your view, infamous) characters in the books.

The 12 books in the collection are:
"Dr. No" by Ian Fleming
"Brighton Rock" by Graham Greene
"The Talented Mr. Ripley" by Patricia Highsmith
"The Woman in Black" by Susan Hill
"The Devil’s Star" by Jo Nesbo
"The Tiger in the Smoke" by Margery Allingham
"The Thirty Nine Steps" by John Buchan
"The Secret Agent" by Joseph Conrad
"Murder Has a Motive" by Francis Duncan
"Dracula" by Bram Stoker
"Dr Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" by Robert Louis Stevenson
"The Phantom of the Opera" by Gaston Leroux