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Raymond Benson's Books

Zero Minus Ten
Apr.01.1997
In the Australian desert, a nuclear bomb explodes. In England, two police officers are shot dead when they investigate a cargo in Portsmouth dock. And in Hong Kong, an explosion rips through one of the colony's famous floating restaurants, killing the entire Board of EurAsia Enterprises Ltd, a multi-billion dollar shipping corporation. These apparently random events are connected...
Playboy 1/97
Jan.01.1997
This James Bond short story originally appeared in the January 1997 issue of PLAYBOY Magazine. An unpublished, full length version will appear in the upcoming 007 anthology, THE UNION TRILOGY, to be published October 2008 by Pegasus Books.
The Indian in the Cupboard
Oct.01.1995
A children's computer game based on the best-selling novel and popular film of THE INDIAN IN THE CUPBOARD.
Dark Seed II
Oct.01.1995
A computer game based on the artwork of H. R. Giger, "Dark Seed II" was the sequel to "Dark Seed," which deals with a young man's loosening grip on reality as he encounters an alien dimension.
Are You Afraid of the Dark?
Nov.01.1994
Raymond was responsible for Story Direction and Screenplay for this computer game based on Nickelodeon's popular television program, ARE YOU AFRAID OF THE DARK?
Return of the Phantom
Jun.01.1993
A "sequel" to Gaston Laroux's popular novel THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA.
Ultima VII--the Black Gate
Mar.01.1992
Raymond was responsible for Story Direction and Screenplay for this entry in the popular ULTIMA role-playing computer game series.
Goldfinger Computer Game
May.01.1986
Text-adventure computer game based on the James Bond film GOLDFINGER.
YOLT II--Back of Beyond
Apr.01.1986
This adventure module was part of the JAMES BOND ROLE-PLAYING GAME series published by Victory Games Inc. in the 1980s.
Stephen King's The Mist
Oct.01.1985
Text-adventure computer game based on Stephen King's novella, THE MIST.
A View to a Kill Computer Game
Oct.01.1985
Text-adventure computer game based on the James Bond film A VIEW TO A KILL.
The James Bond Bedside Companion
Nov.12.1984
An encyclopedic celebration of 007, the world's most popular secret agent, The James Bond Bedside Companion is the most comprehensive single-volume guide to the James Bond phenomenon available. In addition to an intimate portrait of Ian Fleming as remembered by his friends and colleagues and a detailed analysis of every one of Fleming's James Bond titles, this indispensable...