Sean Connery might have retired from acting, but that doesn’t mean that he is gone for good. Yesterday, Connery returned to his home town of Edinburgh, Scotland, to celebrate the launch of his autobirgraphy, “Being a Scot”.

According to the Associated Press, the book “looks at Connery’s early life as a milkman in Edinburgh’s Fountainbridge neighborhood, then delves into a wide-ranging look at Scottis culture including the work of poet Robert Burns, novelist Sir Walter Scott and Mary, Queen of Scots.”

To learn more about the book and event, click here.