Stewart had been running too long and too far to back down now, though. It had taken her months to secure contacts from Phnom Penh to Vientiane, and shipments were finally starting to come up the Mekong after spending the summer laying low from Interpol. Just as she didn't back down from the Ukrainian mob when she was trafficking raw opium from Turkey and into Europe, she wasn't going to back down from Vietnam's most fearsome heroin traders. When the body of mob boss Quang Cam was found, hanging upside down in an abandoned warehouse and trussed like a deer, authorities noted that the body was missing its head, which was never recovered. As always when it came to Stewart's activities, no witnesses could be found anywhere near the scene, and it is suspected that money changed hands during the course of the investigation. The case was never solved.
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