Forever and a Day won’t reach U.S. until November

Anthony Horowitz

For American fans of the literary James Bond, it will merely seem like Forever and a Day to get the new 007 continuation novel.

The novel, by Anthony Horowitz will be published Nov 6, publisher HarperCollins said today in a listing on its website.  The American publication will be more than five months after it debuts.

The second 007 effort by Horowitz is coming out on May 31 in the U.K., Ian Fleming Publications said on Feb. 8. IFP only said at the time that Forever and a Day would be published in the U.S. in the fall.

As it turned out, HarperCollins also put out a Feb. 8 statement saying it had acquired the U.S. rights. The publisher said in that statement the book would come out in November.

Forever and a Day is a prequel to Casino Royale, Ian Fleming’s first Bond novel. Horowitz’s first 007 continuation novel was 2015’s Trigger Mortis.

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