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Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Sidney Cotton by Jeff Watson. Sidney Cotton was a pilot, a businessman who was decidedly shady - and a spy.
He was born in western Queensland in , and even as a boy designed cars and planes. He later went into business in the UK aviation and photography - and always operated very close to the edge. Various businesses went broke under him - b Sidney Cotton was a pilot, a businessman who was decidedly shady - and a spy. Various businesses went broke under him - but he always walked away. Now she is speaking for the first time about unknowingly growing up as the daughter of the real James Bond. Born Frederick Sidney Cotton in in Queensland, it would be many years later before he forged a connection with Tasmania.
He married Sally-Anne and Charles' mother Bunty after they met while he was posted in Malta and they remained together until his death in For the first six years of her life, Ms Cotton lived between London and Beirut as her father worked for the British Government. Many years later she would first come to Australia after meeting and marrying an Aussie while living in France. But there was a real resonance with Australia. The year-old came to Tasmania for the first time in October , only to discover the Cotton family had more than years of history associated with the state.
Sidney Cotton lived there for a few years in the s and worked on his father's orchard.