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James Bond: the man who saved the Trivial Eye. Yes, for my visual-trivia column's return after a two-month hiatus, what better subject than the deathless British agent's various visual (re)incarnations? Over the last 60 years, 007's cover artists have taken full advantage of their license to depict. Do you know which Ian Fleming novels are interpreted in the cover illustrations below?

Answers are here. Please post your guesses, speculations, or arguments below! But know this: the Trivial Eye is presented for public amusement and no prizes are offered other than that familiar feeling of aggravation that so much of your mind is occupied by useless trivia.

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I only recognize a few of these covers from the editions I read, but I'll give it a go. If only there weren't so many novels to choose from....

1) In Her Majesty's Secret Service

2) Goldfinger

3)

4) Casino Royale

5) You Only Live Twice

6) From Russia With Love

7) Moonraker

8)

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1) In Her Majesty's Secret Service

2) Goldfinger

3) Thunderball

4) Casino Royale

5) You Only Live Twice

6) From Russia With Love

7) Moonraker

8) Diamonds are forever