Bond book appearance: Never Dream of Dying (2001)
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"The waiter brought a bottle of Nuits-Saint-Georges. After he had uncorked it and Bond had tasted it, the waiter poured the two glasses and left the couple alone.
It was early afternoon and they were sitting at one of the many sidewalk cafés in the old town of Nice, not far from the flower market made famous in Hitchcock's To Catch a Thief. Tylyn had worn sunglasses in the hope of avoiding recognition, but they were no use. An American tourist asked her for an autograph (on a napkin, no less - Bond wondered why anyone would bother) and some giggling French teenagers interrupted them to ask if she really was Tylyn Mignonne."
"Bond shifted in his seat and poured another glass of wine and topped hers up."
Raymond Benson: "Never Dream of Dying" (2001)
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