Into an (un-named) south-western US town, comes the tough and mysterious cowboy, J. B. Walker (Martin Kove) who has a head for hard liquor, hot babes, and fast cars. Motor buffs might take a shine to the red Corvette Stingray that he drives.
J.B. has a hot fling with the sexy Fiona Teasdale (Sonia Satra), recently arrived back from England, who returns to escape what she calls the excesses of "drug, sex, and rock 'n' roll".
The untimely death of Fiona, sets the small town reeling, with everyone having a different idea of how it must have happened.
It appears that she must have been quite a popular girl, for it seems that a few men, including Andy (William Katt) and Bobby (Trent Brass) who is also one of the sheriff's deputies, were among the numbers of her trail of broken hearts.
The police decide that it must have been an accident, but Fiona's best friend, Therese (Mercedes Colon) and her paramour Jack (Brad Kopenick) decide that something mysterious is going on, when the feather of a rare bird is found in the sand near Fiona's body.
The plot leads to the illegal (ill-eagle?) trade in and the smuggling of exotic birds across the border, for the profit of J.B. and the 'bent' ornithologist, Orrin Lawson (Sam Chew Jr.).
As the plot thickens, it takes us into the seedy world of slave trading, complete with blazing guns, car chases, and a 'one bullet left' shoot-out finale.
But don't worry, the good guy gets the girl in the end......
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