Stark prosecutes an expensive Hollywood madam for ordering a hit on one of her former prostitutes, and she responds by releasing a book of her clients which includes his name.

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Monica Tanner
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Mayor Manuel Delgado (as Carlos Gomez)
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Freddie Hopper (as Maximiliano Hernandez)
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Chloe Gorman
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Judge Stewart Fenton
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Michelle
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Storyline

An assistant district attorney is found dead in a car, along with a call girl. The investigation leads to Monica Tanner, a madam with a lot of high placed clients. The dead call girl wanted to become a madam herself and used some of Monica's girls and it turns out the assistant district attorney was after the drug dealer that killed them. Monica knew this drug dealer well. Meanwhile, Julie considers going to the next step with Eddie. Written by Marco van Hoof <k_luifje7@hotmail.com>

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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23 November 2006 (USA)  »

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Trivia

There's a scene where Stark (James Woods) and D.A. Devlin (Jeri Ryan) have a meeting in a stairwell about the repercussions, Stark says "...Dean Gorman's death becomes another unsolved L.A. murder, James Ellroy writes another book and we move on." James Woods starred in Cop (1988), which is based upon James Ellroy's novel "Blood on the Moon". See more »

Quotes

Monica Tanner: Go to hell!
Sebastian Stark: I have a condo there.
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The DVD version opening scenes did not show the main actors names. See more »

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References Dial M for Murder (1954) See more »

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