Bond book appearance: The Facts of Death (1998)
Experience of 007 Travelers: @ home
"Two hours later, Bond saw a small bar called the Watering Hole off the road to the right. A sign on the door warned, "Don't Mess with Texas." He stumbled inside and surveyed the place. A saloon would have been a more appropriate description, as it was full of an odd mixture of cowboys and long-haired biker types. The jukebox was blaring one of George Jones's more famous beer-drinking songs at an extraordinary volume. Everyone stopped what they were doing and looked at Bond. A pool player in the middle of a shot scratched the table as he looked up and saw the battered figure in the doorway.
Bond ignored them all and went straight to the bar.
"Whiskey," he ordered. "A double."
The bartender didn't say a word and poured him two glasses of Johnny Walker. "Have a double double, mister. What the hell happened to you?
"Nothing much," he replied. "Just fell off a cliff."
Raymond Benson: "The Facts of Death" (2000)
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