Murder at 1600 (1997)
At a time of international incident, the body of a young female staffer is found in a White House wash room. Homicide detective Harlan Regis is called in to investigate the murder only to discover the secret service had taken hold of all the evidence for their own investigation. A frustrated Regis becomes suspicious of a cover-up and convinces secret service agent Nina Chance to aid him. The remainder of the plot is spent following Regis and Chance as they uncover the answers as to who is behind the conspiracy and why.- Written by P. Wong <firstname.lastname@example.org>
D.C. detective Harlan Regis is called to the White House after a young woman is murdered in the White House. Regis realizes this won't be a typical investigation as he keeps running into a brick wall with the Secret Service. He is only able to get the help of Agent Chance. All of this is occurring while a hostage scandal in Korea threatens to destroy the President's term.- Written by Sean Cullin <email@example.com>
Detective Harlan Regis and Secret Service agent Nina Chance are investigating the murder of secretary Carla Town, whose body is found in the White House. Meanwhile there's political crisis in the US as president Jack Neil can not decide whether he should attack North Korea, which is holding US soldiers hostage. The story of murder leads Regis to some dark political secrets and he has to defend the USA and the whole world from danger.- Written by Marcos Eduardo Acosta Aldrete
When the murdered body of a young woman who works in the White House is found. Homicide detective Harlan Regis is called in. Upon arriving Senior Secret Service Agent Spikings objects to his presence, but he has the support of the National Security Adviser. Preliminary investigation suggests that it might be a sex crime. And Regis learns that the President's son has a history of similar acts. He tries to get more info but Spikings' impeding him but he is determined to find out what happened. Secret Service Agent Nina Chance tries to help him.- Written by firstname.lastname@example.org
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