A Dish Best Served Cold (A Story by James Bond)

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“Being the most elite of the elite agents in One World Intelligence, or O.W.I., meant Jon Bard, Agent 750, was often the primary choice for missions of a delicate nature.”

After an ex-KGB agent spends 40 years in prison for a crime he did not commit, one thing is on his mind when he is released: revenge. In this story The Spy is on a mission to prevent the assassination of a high-level target, and he is not the only one working toward the same end.

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  • John Knowles

    This is such a Flemming rip-off from someone who doesn’t really know how to write originally. After having red all the JB books, i can safely say this is a shameless and badly written imitation…


      Hello John. After having read (or is it red?) all of the Fleming books, what in particular did you hate about my story?

      Thank you for reading my story.


  • John Knowles

    It’s the little details, same initials everywhere, same sounding name of the main character, same sounding number (why even have a number). I’m not saying i hate the story, it is a good read, but it feels like something Flemming put together in a hurry and didn’t even want it going public, not like a thought out, original creation.

    There is nothing personal in it, i’m just expressing my opinion in hopes it could help you out a bit (just as i do enjoy criticism on what i do).


      Have you noticed that all of the good secret agents have J.B. for initials? James Bond, Jack Bauer, Jason Bourne.

      “Why even have a number?” He needs to be called something other than his real name. So, why not a number? Offices in real-life intelligence communities do use code names and/or numbers for their agents.

      “The expression of disapproval of someone or something based on perceived faults or mistakes.”

      I think you might be alone in the area of “enjoyment of criticism”. I gain more from suggestions to improve my ideas. But I think I get the gist of what you are saying.

      Thank you, once again, for reading my story.


  • John Capelo

    I for one enjoyed the story. A few grammatical errors such as verb tense but that doesn’t detract much from the content.


      John, thank you. I am happy you enjoyed ADBSC. And thank you for letting me know about this error. Support like yours helps.