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Raymond Benson

American short story writer and novelist

1955   -  

country of citizenship: United States of America
educated at: University of Texas at Austin
occupation: short story writer, novelist, writer
www.raymondbenson.com

Raymond Benson (born September 6, 1955) is an American author best known for being the official author of the James Bond novels from 1997 to 2003. Benson was born in Midland, Texas and graduated from Permian High School in Odessa in 1973. In primary school Benson took an interest in the piano which would later in his life develop into an interest in composing music (mostly for theatrical productions). Benson also took part in drama at school and became the vice president of his high school's drama department, an interest that he would later pursue by directing stage productions in New York City after attending and receiving a degree in Drama Production—Directing from the University of Texas at Austin. Other hobbies include film history and criticism, writing, and designing computer games.
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works

21

Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty

novel by Raymond Benson

author: Raymond Benson

2009

Never Dream of Dying

novel by Raymond Benson

author: Raymond Benson

2001

High Time to Kill

novel by Raymond Benson

author: Raymond Benson

1999

The Man with the Red Tattoo

novel by Raymond Benson

author: Raymond Benson

2002

DoubleShot

novel by Raymond Benson

author: Raymond Benson

2000

Drame d'une nuit d'été

short story by Raymond Benson

author: Raymond Benson

1999

Hitman: Damnation

book by Raymond Benson

author: Raymond Benson

2012

Zero Minus Ten

novel by Raymond Benson

author: Raymond Benson

1997

The Facts of Death

novel by Raymond Benson

author: Raymond Benson

1998

Metal Gear Solid

novel by Raymond Benson

author: Raymond Benson

2008

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