Sebastian Charles Faulks is a British novelist, journalist and broadcaster. He was born on 20 April 1953 and was educated at Wellington College and Emmanuel College, Cambridge. Sebastian Faulks was the first literary editor of The Independent and became deputy editor of the Independent on Sunday before leaving in 1991 to concentrate on writing. In 1989 he published The Girl at the Lion d'Or, the first of his historical novels set in France. Following the success of Birdsong, Faulks quit journalism to write full-time. He has since published eight novels, the most recent being A Possible Life, Where My Heart Used to Beat and Paris Echo. The Literary Review has said that "Faulks has the rare gift of being popular and literary at the same time". Devil May Care was published in the UK on 28 May 2008, the 100th anniversary of the birth of Ian Fleming, the creator of Bond. The story is set in 1967. Bond is instructed by his superior, M, to investigate a man named Dr Julius Gorner, and his bodyguard, Chagrin. Bond is warned that his performance will be monitored and that a new 007 agent is waiting in the wings if his actions go awry. Bond finds a willing accomplice in the shape of a glamorous Parisian named Scarlett Papava. He will need her help in a life-and-death struggle with his most dangerous adversary yet, as a chain of events threatens to lead to global catastrophe… You can listen online to free English audiobook “Devil May Care” by Sebastian Faulks on our website. Enjoy it!