Red Heroin Author:Wade Curtis Meet a new kind of counterespionage agent. It's not his game, but he's good at it. — Paul Crane. Twenty-eight years old, divorced, a consulting engineer with an office in his home in Seattle, Washington. Crane has a wide acquaintance in the University District, a security clearance dating back to the days when he worked for Boeing, and a yacht... more »sman's knowledge of local waters.
It just so happens that these are factors which make Paul temporarily useful to the CIA: he will do nicely as bait for a trap in which the government agents hope to catch a ring smuggling heroin into the U.S. from Red China.
Pressured into "cooperating," Paul finds that the work brings out a knack he never knew he had--and carries with it two seductive fringe benefits, one named Carole, the other named Janie.« less