According to Winston Blake it was to be as simple as meeting someone off a train. All Paul Wyatt had to do was go to Murmansk and bring out a Polish biologist named Mickiewicz. To Wyatt it sounded crazy and scared him sick, but he needed the money. Besides, as Blake pointed out, Olaf Hansen would be going with him. Unfortunately, Hansen had two weaknesses - drink and women. In the end, the assignment was far less simple than meeting any train - and considerably more deadly.
Used availability for James Pattinson's The Murmansk Assignment
January 1971 : UK Hardback
September 1999 : UK Paperback