The local library had a book sale last Saturday and I came away with a dozen or so James Bond novels. Most were John Gardner's, but three or so were Ian Fleming's and one was Christopher Woods' adaption of Moonraker, which I only picked up because I didn't know it was a novelization of the movie.
For Special Services
Role of Honour
Nobody Lives for Ever
No Deals, Mr. Bond
License to Kill (novelization of the book)
I had the chance to get Scorpius, but didn't because I didn't know it was a Bond book. Add these with Icebreaker, and that means I have nine out of his sixteen books.
For Your Eyes Only
The Man with the Golden Gun
Now I just need to finish out the Gardners and Flemings, and get my hands on Kingsley Amis's Colonel Sun.