McCall can't believe that a doctor, a pregnant trauma specialist who once treated her, began drinking again and killed herself by driving off a cliff.
As Hunter and McCall investigate a string of jewelry store robberies, they pursue the thieves in an alley and McCall shoots a man who may be innocent.
Hunter and McCall try to solve a bank robbery and murder, while attempting to cope with the double and triple-crossing schemes of a small time criminal who once saved Hunter's life and won't let him forget it.
When Hunter refuses to reveal an informant to a Grand Jury, he is sent to jail, as a convicted murder lands back on the streets, stalking the only witness against him--Hunter's informant.
Hunter and McCall learn that a bizarre murder is a biochemist's effort to conceal the killing of a woman's husband in order to win her.
Hunter and McCall track a pair of killers through a Los Angeles suburb where a crime wave and backlash vigilantism threaten to tear the community apart.
A veteran police dispatcher is blackmailed into undermining Hunter and McCall's investigation of a multimillion-dollar gold robbery when her son is kidnapped by the perpetrators.
When the husband of a policewoman is murdered, evidence of wife abuse makes Hunter and McCall suspect the woman's patrol partner who knew about the beatings.
When Hunter confronts the entire police department to defend the actions of a Chinese-American policewoman who was critically wounded in the line of duty, the case drives Hunter and McCall deep into Chinatown intrigue.
Mysterious tape recordings accusing a powerful company of illegally dumping toxic waste seem like a prank--until Hunter and McCall find that someone is willing to kill to conceal the truth.
While investigating the apparent suicide of Hunter's friend from his days in Vietnam, Hunter and McCall uncover a 20-year-old betrayal that is still killing people today.
While investigating the apparent suicide of Hunter's friend from the Vietnam War, Hunter and McCall uncover a 20-year-old betrayal that is still killing people today.