Spy vs. Spy
October 5 has been deemed Global James Bond Day. I grew up on Bond movies, with the whole family gathered around the TV munching plentiful amounts of popcorn. We even sat through A View to a Kill, which is saying something. Bond definitely helped inspire my love of spy capers and sexy men of action.
Who’s your favourite spy? James Bond? Jason Bourne? Maybe Aaron Cross from the new Bourne spinoff? Or perhaps Sydney Bristow tops your list – I don’t discriminate against women!
Tell me in the comments the name of your favourite spy and you could win a copy of my m/m spy romance The Chimera Affair. Contest closes Sunday, September 16 at midnight EST. Please provide your email address. Good luck!
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My favorite spy is Jason Bourne. Thanks for the giveaway!
Please include me in the giveaway! Thans.
It’s not very original, but I think I have to go with the classic. Bond, James Bond. In either the David Craig or Sean Connery incarnations, or in the original Fleming books. He just had/has such an incomparable style, with the underlying sense of tragedy and loss never quite absent (especially in the books). Often imitated, never equalled.
Thanks for entering me in the giveaway!
johnny English (played by Rowan Atkinson) – its something we can watch with the kids and they love the slapstick comedy!
I was always a fan of Sydney Bristow! I watched Alias religiously and was so sad to see it go. I liked a woman that could do some butt kicking! And the wigs and outfits were just so wonderful!
I’ve only read a few books featuring spies, so I don’t have many to choose from. I’ll have to go with Fergus Fraser.
I might be stretching the definition of a spy a bit, but …. Nikita! from the series ‘La Femme Nikita’. I loved Peta Wilson in the series.
I like Jason Bourne.
I would say Diane Rigg’s Mrs. Peel from the old Avengers series. Not sure if Mrs. Peel counts, otherwise, Sydney Bristow.
Thanks so much to everyone who played along! Put all the names in a hat, and the winner is…
Jessie, I’m emailing you. 🙂