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Dennis Waterman investigates the murder of a soldier
In this episode of "Circles of Deceit," the reluctant John Neill is again involved in an SAS assignment, which he's never too happy about taking.
He is asked to investigate the death of a military officer, and because of this, he needs to access the young man's girlfriend, also in the military. The question is, did she know what was going on with him, and is she involved?
Neither of them trust one another and at first, she follows him and vice versa. She doesn't believe John is who he says he is - a courier - and of course she's right.
John soon learns that the people who murdered her boyfriend are after her as well, believing she has knowledge of something. It falls to him to protect her - even when he's ordered to kill her.
Okay, not great. I don't know how many episodes there were - it seems like a group of TV movies, sort of like what happened when The Rockford Files went off the air. One is not listed here on IMDb but is on one of the discs from Netflix.
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