While studying at Honolulu University, the Princess Jehan, the daughter of a rich eastern European oil baron, mysteriously disappears. Although her body is never found, all signs point to murder, and a very violent death. Though failing to produce any evidence, the police are convinced that the Princess's murderer is Champ Foster, a man from a wealthy and influential Hawaiian family. They moreover believe that he is responsible for at least half a dozen other murders around the USA, but his family's money and influence has literally enabled Mr. Foster to get away with murder for years. Jim Phelps and his team of agents get the mission to find out whether or not Champ Foster really did kill the Princess Jehan, and if so, to find that crucial piece of evidence.
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Good morning, Jim. The abandoned amusement park you're standing in is the last place Princess Jehan of an oil-rich emirate state was last seen alive. The Princess was in Hawaii as a university student when she disappeared. Though her body was never found, all signs point to a violent death. Her father, ruler of his country and one of the wealthiest men in the world, was shattered by the loss of his daughter. He bought this amusement park and had it shut down in a vain search for ...