Charles Carr is a relentless, hardboiled Treasury Agent with a grim mission. A young agent gets violently gunned down during an undercover operation, and it's Carr's job to hunt down the counterfeiter who pulled the trigger. From the seamy sunset Strip to Chinatown's shadowy underworld, from a daring plot to steal counterfeit money from counterfeiters themselves, to facing brutal blood-drenched confrontations, Carr will stop at nothing to crack the depraved scheme that took his friend's life. In 1992, "Money Men" was released as the United Artists motion picture "Boiling Point," starring Wesley Snipes, Dennis Hopper and Lolita Davidovich.
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