The dying Paul Bryan is delighted to spot a childhood sweetheart, but she confides 3 countries are spying on her - including the U.S. After ducking the persistent lawyer in West Berlin, she explains that her husband, a British 00, was supposedly killed, but his body is missing. The CIA violates Paul's civil rights and finds that Paul has a year or 2 to live. That enables the CIA to pressure Paul, a Korean War top gun, to help the U.S. determine if her spouse Biff Henderson is alive. Thus MI5 can rule out Biff's defecting or being kidnapped. Mrs. Henderson's desperate ploy to enter Soviet satellite Czechoslovakia, alerted the CIA to spy her. Paul spurned an offer to run for Attorney General to expand his soul before he dies, and he's supposed to stay in touch with his physician, in case a cure is found for his illness. Does the bachelor with no living relatives resume his Black Death tour of Europe, and will Paul's concern for the gorgeous, suicidal widow trump his patriotism? Written by
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During a conversation outdoors, Paul & Ellen discuss the lifespan of swans, to which she says they sometimes live to a hundred years old. In actuality, swans generally live between 12 & 24 years, with one in captive having once lived to 32. See more