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BIG RED'S DAUGHTER It all starts with a road accident. Jim Work has just returned from Korea and is driving around Carmel. Buddy Brown cuts in front of him, they collide. And that's how he meets Wild Kearny, Buddy's girl. But the first thing Work sees when he gets out of his car is Buddy's fist. Buddy likes to make a quick impression. In fact, as Work finds out, Buddy likes to inflict pain in general. After they fight, and Work gets the worst of it, he follows them up to Wild's pad, the Zoo, where he meets her rich friends. Wild's hot-headed father is coming to town, and she asks Work if he would pose as her boyfriend so she won't have to introduce Buddy. She knows her father well enough to know they won't get along. Big Red Kearny isn't a man to mince words--if Work is the boyfriend, then Work is going to marry his daughter. But not if Buddy finds him first. And so begins the wildest weekend of Jim Work's life. TOKYO DOLL Mate Buchanan has fought in WWII and in Korea. He's paid his dues and been discharged without prejudice, but only just. Now they want him back. Back to Occupied Japan, where a Japanese scientist may have found a virus to heal radiation sickness. Trouble is, Dr. Tsumi hates Americans. So the plan is to work through the daughter. Mate is to marry her, and bring her and her father's secrets back to the States. It isn't his fault that he falls in love with Sandra Tann, a tall, golden girl and the Tokyo Doll of Far East airwaves. It isn't his fault that every move he makes is blocked by Colonel Barham, who is convinced that Mate is working for the Reds. Nor is it his fault that everyone who is looking for the virus believes it to be a killer rather than a cure--an ultimate weapon in the Cold War!