Sotheby's has just auctioned off a corrected typescript of The Man With the Golden Gun for 65,000 pounds. I hope the rich bastard who won it will donate the document to a good research library!
You can look at two sample pages here. And you certainly should, because the pages contain Fleming's own handwritten revisions. They show that Fleming added the final two lines after completing his first draft.
"At the same time, he knew, deep down, that love from Mary Goodnight, or from any other woman, was not enough for him. It would be like taking 'a room with a view'. For James Bond, the same view would always pall."
They are the last lines Fleming ever wrote about James Bond. They are clearly in Fleming's handwriting and put a nail in the coffin of the idea that Kingsley Amis wrote or rewrote the book. We now have definitive proof that the Fleming had finished a complete draft, which he was hand-correcting before his death.
Beyond all that, there is something very poignant in knowing that Fleming added those lines--his goodbye to Bond--by hand, after his last novel had been drafted. He knew he needed a better envoi to the Bond saga, and so he provided one.