Musing on Bulldog Drummond, as I noted in my last entry, tends to lead to thoughts of James Bond. Certainly, Drummond would have been proud, and possibly a bit envious, of 007. But while Drummond was popular, both in print and on the screen, he never had the kind of advantage that James Bond enjoyed - and still enjoys - on Amazon, which has an entire James Bond store to entice fans. The store appears to specialize in Bond DVDs, but it's easy enough to do a search from that page to find the books as well.
While Bulldog Drummond can't claim a special store, Amazon does give him his own page with both movies and books combined, and that is probably more convenient for one-adventurer-shopping, so to speak. I still remember the old Bulldog Drummond movies, which were on TV late at night through most of my growing-up years. If you enjoy thrillers of that classic school, you could find worse ways to spend a few hours than watching either Drummond or Bond.