Tomorrow Never Dies was the first of three Bond films to be adapted into books by then-current Bond novelist, Raymond Benson. Benson's version of Bruce Feirstein's screenplay is suitably expanded, and includes some nods to past Bond films, including the suggestion that Bond was lying when he said he had taken a course in Oriental languages in the movie You Only Live Twice.
|James Bond spin-off works|
|Novelizations by various authors (1977-2002)|
James Bond, The Spy Who Loved Me -- James Bond and Moonraker -- Licence to Kill -- GoldenEye -- Tomorrow Never Dies -- The World is Not Enough -- Die Another Day
R. D. Mascott (1967)
John Pearson (1973)