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McCall goes undercover to investigate a string of female porn star murders.
On their off day, Hunter and McCall witness a shooting in Chinatown, the possible prelude to a war between Chinese and Vietnamese gangs.
Hunter and McCall go undercover to investigate the murder of an accountant in a small town.
Hunter and McCall investigate the attempted shooting of a wealthy businessman. His young wife is the prime suspect.
The Captain orders Hunter and McCall to serve as technical advisers for a television police show to keep them out of trouble. When the star of the show is killed, Hunter and McCall find themselves in the middle of another high-profile murder investigation.
During the investigation of a rape and murder at a foreign consulate, McCall is assaulted by the same rapist, a diplomat who escapes prosecution because of diplomatic immunity. Hunter vows to get revenge.
Hunter travels to the (fictional) country of Curaguay to hunt down Raoul Mariano in retaliation for the rape of Dee Dee McCall. After learning of Hunter's intentions, McCall tracks down Hunter to talk him out of his plan.
An armored car robbery goes awry when the gang leader kills his partner, and the car with the money in the trunk is stolen.
Hunter suspects a crooked cop is behind the death of a government witness thought to have jumped from a hotel balcony while under police protection.
Hunter's friend is accused of killing his wife, but Hunter connects the crime to a man he arrested a long time ago.
A psychotic bomber that Hunter put away in 1978 arrives in Los Angeles seeking revenge, armed with explosives, mind games, and a civil rights lawyer.
A suburban mercenary -- already responsible for a prostitute's murder and the siege of a pharmaceutical warehouse -- plans to bust a drug kingpin out of prison.
McCall must prove, in the next 72 hours, that she saw an indicted lawyer who was thought to have committed suicide six months ago.
A juvenile is killed during a robbery attempt. Hunter discovers that he was part of a gang led by an adult.
Hunter believes a group of "Baraqi" student revolutionaries are being framed for a series of bombings with a diplomat as the target.
A deranged private investigator leaves a trail of death and destruction in his search for a pair of jewelry thieves.
A powerful financier tries to derail the investigation of the murder of his former mistress by framing Hunter for a severe beating.
The body of a deceased young woman appears on Hunter's couch, then disappears just as mysteriously.
New photographic evidence links a mysterious dead woman to a Russian defector already under federal surveillance.
Hunter and McCall try to stop a former prize fighter from exacting revenge on those who framed him for the murder of his manager.
Hunter and McCall investigate a witness's claim that a series of Skid Row murders are being committed by the reporter who is covering the story.