'Thrilling' -- Joanna Lumley 'A damned good read' -- Roger Moore 'A tour-de-force' -- Jeffrey Deaver 'A thoroughly enjoyable romp' -- Guardian 'Brilliant ... a sort of Bridget Jones' Diary crossed with Spooks, but set in the 50s and 60s when Ian Fleming first launched Bond' -- Henry Sutton, Daily Mirror 'Rumour has it that the proof of this latest has been doing the rounds of our own Department of Foreign Affairs -- undercover, of course.' -- Lauren Hadden, Image 'Jane Moneypenny is the personification of chic sophistication and poise. She treats her 00 agents with good-humoured grace and, as every Bond lover knows, keeps 007 firmly in check. However, there is more to this lady than meets the GoldenEye, as she embarks on her very own secret mission to uncover the truth behind her father's murder. Read her riveting account in this explosive, page-turning diary. What a woman' -- Hot Stars, OK Magazine
Jane Moneypenny may project a cool, calm and collected image but her secret diaries reveal a rather different story. In the grip of an uncertain love affair and haunted by a dark family secret, the last thing she needs is a crisis at work. But the Secret Intelligence Service is in chaos. One senior officer is on trial for treason, another has defected to Moscow and her beloved James Bond has been brainwashed by the KGB. Only a woman's touch can save them. Moneypenny soon finds herself embroiled in a highly-charged adventure infused with the glamour of the Cold War espionage game. Alone on a dangerous Russian mission she turns, with breathless intimacy, to writing a truly explosive private diary.