CAAM Covert American Australian Mission American Trent Davis is a Vietnam vet and retired policeman, now operating his own security firm. He deals in the ‘bad people’ business and thinks that the pendulum has swung too far in their favour. That the bad bastards, that the law are helpless against, are flaunting their power with no remorse. He is going do something about that. Paul J Gent Jnr is a Manhattan billionaire who will back Davis’s play. A chance meeting with a brash Australian gives rise to opportunity—to bring an assault team to Australia to fine-tune their skills before launching attacks in the States. Tom Roach is a meek and mild travelling salesman—his family killed by a drug-dealer fleeing a police chase ten years previous. Roach has been found and headhunted and seemingly dies to become a chameleon—a ghost to provide surveillance for the hit team, their mission: shoot four bad bastards in Australia as a forerunner to bigger scale missions in the USA. Roach needs to decide—is he now a murderer and or a vigilante, or is he a social corrector? Will he stay and play ‘rich man’s justice’?