You can read all about it -- and much more -- on the Artistic License Renewed website (literary007.com).
The website, a must for all Ian Fleming fans, has posted my article about 007 dust-jacket illustrator Richard Chipping and the dust jackets for Octopussy and the Living Daylights.
I love everything about it -- from all the illustrations they used for the article to the title: "Richard Chopping and the Butterfly Effect."
It turns out that two other Octopussy and the Living Daylights covers have an ornithologist/spy connection as well.
You can read it here.
Footnote: Although I mention octopus tentacles in my article -- as Fleming did in his short story -- I am told on good authority that octopuses don't have tentacles. They have arms. Duly noted.