The mob offers the young mayor of Fort Lee, New Jersey, a $500,000 bribe to rezone land adjacent to the George Washington Bridge. Risking his life, the mayor pretends to go along with the plan but wears a wire. His efforts lead to the convictions of seven people.
Ted Barstow wasn't a spy. He didn't even work for the government. He was simply an American tourist on vacation in a small Austrian village. He had met Erica, beautiful and intelligent, and the attraction had been electric.