Jason deliberately walks into a trap while searching for a president's daughter.
Blackmail and murder are the ingredients of Jason's latest Mark Caine book, but everything he creates is actually happening in real life.
Jason finds a cartoon strip based on his own characters that when translated has sinister implications.
Jason dallies with a princess - but racketeers take a rap at romance.
An old woman is the cause of a girl being accused of murder.
Jason has to deal with a kidnapping, a dead man's Russian accent, and a pretty girl.
A visit to a German health farm proves far from healthy for Jason.
Jason travels to a South American republic to receive an award for one of his books, and then becomes a pawn in a revolution.
Jason travels to Greece and finds inspiration in a beautiful girl.
Jason discovers someone is impersonating him, and resolves to find out who is behind it and why they are doing this.
Jason falls in love with a gangster's girlfriend.
Jason finds that chasing gold can lead to death.
A Cellini sculpture is stolen; Jasons love life is interrupted 7,000 miles away.
A red rose has a dangerously prickly thorn for Jason when it identifies him as a hired killer.
Jason is abducted to Moscow in order to unravel the mystery of three men who have been turned into ash.
Two crooks try to copy the crimes created by Jason in his Mark Caine books.
Rival factions try to use Jason as bait to trap a double agent.
Jason pits his imagination against computerized crime and becomes a Bulgarian master crook.
Jason gives a lift to a pretty hitchhiker and in the process finds the plot for his next Mark Caine novel.
Jason sets out to advertise a series of Mark Caine novels for television and gets more than he bargained for.