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In London, Glenn Howard is the victim of a conspiracy hatched by his own attorney, the lovely-but-lethal Bethany Cromwell, and Harold Wyler, the plaintiff in a lawsuit.
Glenn Howard tries to save a Howard Publications editor who's been kidnapped. The man responsible hopes to use the ransom to overthrow an African government.
Young Bobby Currier is a perennial small-town loser. When he kidnaps the daughter of the local sheriff and goes on a murder spree, Dan Farrell tries to unearth the circumstances that have turned him into a murderer.
Jeff Dillon investigates a doctor whom he suspects is really a bungling killer.
Dan Farrell persuades a gangster's moll to help him prove that the Mafia is controlling a tiny Caribbean island.
Glenn Howard is kidnapped by a group of environmental protesters who plan a mass-suicide and want him to witness it, so that he can then write an expose of the army's testing of chemical warfare weapons.
Conway "Connie" Walker is the first black mayor of a large unnamed city. In addition to suffering the slings and arrows of racism, Walker is made the target of accusations that he has been accepting kickbacks. Jeff Dillon investigates when a city accountant is murdered.
Glenn Howard is called before a Senate committee (whose members include his old enemy, Senator Collins) to answer charges that he stole a fortune in U.S. Army funds while serving with the OSS in Italy during World War II.
Farrell takes a hand in the investigation of a murder at a "Swinging Singles" apartment. The victim is the mistress of one of Farrell's editors. In despair over her husband's peccadilloes, the wife of the editor urges Farrell to find the guilty party.
Glenn Howard helps an exiled president of a South American nation regain control in the midst of counter-revolution.
This episode, the focus is on researcher Peggy Maxwell, who is kidnapped while digging up information on a famous rock star, and correspondent Andy Hill, who investigates her disappearance. With the help of an FBI agent, Hill unearths a hotbed of mob-motivated intrigue.
A bigoted millionaire is tired of America's racial situation and sets out to use his millions to create a private army and take matters into his own hands.
Jeff Dillon's friend, photographer Peter Max, saved his life in Vietnam. Dillon now has the opportunity to return the favor, as Max has been accused of committing murder.
Glen Howard refuses to support a powerful businessman who backs a crooked political candidate and finds himself in a battle of wits concerning the takeover of his publishing empire.
Editor Dan Farrell tries to locate the lone witness to a criminal act after a mob informant is murdered. He finds her hiding under an assumed name in a small town, but then discovers that he is being followed by a hit man.
A high level business tycoon is about to take over a position of power with the government when a gorgeous fashion model is murdered and it appears he's involved.
Originally telecast as part of the NBC-TV "Project 120" series of made-for-TV movies. Tony Franciosa plays a magazine writer investigating the suicide of a beautiful girl. He uses the girl's address book as a key to piecing together the mystery of her self-destruction--and in so doing discovers that she'd actually been murdered.moreless