After the success of this thread when it focused on the scenes and moments in the James Bond film series that made you feel squeamish I thought that it was high time that I created one for the James Bond novels.
For me, personally, there's nothing really that stands out from the original Ian Fleming James Bond novels as reading matter that would make me squeamish. The carpet-beater torture from Casino Royale is a good one but I find it described in a kind of 1950s censored "less is more" tone (that I think actually went over my head when I was younger). Mr Big being eaten by the shark in Live and Let Die is also a good scene but again it doesn't make me squeamish.
No, for me the scene in the Bond novels that makes me most squeamish is actually in one of the Continuation novels (which are fair game in this thread by the way). It concerns the repeated stabbing in the chest by James Bond of a guard/sailor on The Altair boat in Kingsley Amis' Colonel Sun (1968). I recall reading this for the first time on top of my bed. I had to get up and move about just to read this wantonly violent passage. It was really difficult for me to read so I put that scene down as one that really did make me squeamish. No doubt there were some others, but nothing else in the literary Bond affected me as much as did reading that one scene for the first time.
So, I've shared my scene from the Bond novels that really made me squeamish - now I'd love to hear yours! :)