Garway Trenton is a writer.
He is a very successful scribe of a number of best-selling romantic thrillers so wherever he goes, he often finds people who are fans of his works and his ability to get invited into any party or soiree no matter how high, or low, in society thse outings might take place.
It is important to state up front that Trenton is not a spy nor would he want to be. He is a storyteller and he enjoys being one and he even more enjoys the sort of life that being as good at it as he is affords him. He especially relishes the companionship of some extremely alluring and captivating women that his fame and his fortune provides him. It is these women that will invariably get Trenton involved in matters touching on the cloak and dagger world (sure, blame the women!). Either they have agendas quite different than Trenton's amourous bent or they are affiliated with other that do. And it is fair to say that Trenton tends to not pay near enough attention to where his wandering eyes take him. Paying too much attention to the scenery and not the situation gets Trenton in a lot of trouble a lot of times.
Trenton is a huge fan of his speedy and beautiful Aston Martin DB4GT and he does whatever he can to make sure that anywhere he goes, he takes it with him. Its small and swift lines allows for only he and one other person but since that passenger seat is often filled with a beautiful woman with whom Trenton is planning on spending quality time, he sees no reason for any more seats. [Looking at pictures of that gorgeous automobile and reading the extended descriptions of those female passengers, I would agree with Gar.] By the way, he named his car Ming II - "Ming I and I once ran out of road", he explains.
Back to the matter of Trenton not being a spy, it is important to note that he is asked on several occasions to "help out" in little matters here and there, usually by Interpol in need of an outsider who can infiltrate places known agents could not. The speed with which he agrees to put himself into danger tells a lot about the man's love of excitement and adventure.