The briefcase Mark Preston had to deliver was likely to explode. For five thousand dollars a man expects certain risks, and international financier Stavros Kurti paid for results, not excuses. So, when Preston lost the briefcase, he knew he was in big trouble. Homicide Bureau trouble was bad enough, but when Internal Revenue began to squeeze, Preston experienced real fear. Those people played rough, and nobody beats Uncle Sam. Still, a man must try.
Used availability for Peter Chambers's The Highly Explosive Case
July 1982 : UK Hardback
October 1995 : UK Paperback