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Richard Bradford is McGill, an ex-CIA agent who is "disavowed" after he is made the scapegoat for a failed mission. He travels to Europe and works as a gun-for-hire and private investigator. McGill frequently comes into conflict with the people who hire him due to his uncompromising sense of honor and integrity.
McGill falls into the hand of an African country's President that he helped depose. The man tries to brainwash McGill into confessing U.S. involvement, but it soon becomes clear he has a deeper motive.
The London police hire McGill to bodyguard a stool pigeon who is ratting out his brothers on a murder charge. Problem is, the pigeon doesn't want to cooperate and his brothers' boss wants him dead.
Bizarre incidents surround McGill as people make threats against him, yelling the mysterious word "Mariocki." McGill has no idea who or what Mariocki is... but if he doesn't find out soon, it will cost him his life.
McGill's friend, a Russian defector, has absconded with a million dollars and hidden the safety-deposit box key. Some people will kill to get it, and when one of them succeeds, McGill finds himself caught in the middle.
McGill makes the trip to Lisbon to collect Max's million dollars, but the Americans and the original thief both plan to stop him. Meanwhile, the crew of the freighter McGill is hitching a ride on have their own plans for him.
Mac sees a chance to clear his name when the daughter of Harry Thyssen, the man who ordered him to let LeFabre defect, reports that her father is back from the dead. She soon drops the claim but Mac figures that he's onto something, even though his former superiors warn him off the case.
A rich man hires McGill to convince his daughter Sue that the two con men she's hanging out with stole $20,000 from his safe.
Three men join forces to murder the man who is blackmailing all of them. Meanwhile, the blackmailer hires McGill under false pretenses to find out what they're up to.
An ex-soldier, Captain Kershaw, is desperate for one big score and offers a black market art dealer a long-lost Botticellli. She hires McGill to track down it down instead, and McGill soon finds himself in a web of intrigue as he tries to figure out what he's been sent to find and who wants it.
McGill is called in by a politician when a young boy goes missing in the country. All signs indicate the boy is dead, but the politician insists that he isn't... and McGill wonders why.
McGill is hired by an anonymous employer to track down a man named Gilsen to a sleepy English village. However, it soon turns out that Gilsen is an intelligence report about a drug syndicate... and the syndicate will do anything to stop Gilsen, including terrorizing the village to draw him out of hiding.
In Rome, McGill works with a local informant to recover a stolen necklace and collect the 10% finder's fee from the insurance company. However, when the thief kills the informant, McGill swears revenge.
A newly appointed Lord hires McGill to find out why his son Tm keeps trying to kill himself by jumping off Albert Bridge. As McGill pursues the case, he discovers that someone doesn't want him to learn the truth about a fatal accident that Tim was involved with.
Thirty years after the Spanish Civil War, McGill gets caught up in a new war: an anarchist who spent 30 years in prison wants McGill to determine if his former partner was a traitor or not.
A British minister of Public Works embezzles a quarter million pesos from a Central American republic and flees to London. He then hires McGill to bug his apartment, but refuses to explain why.
An African plantation owner hires McGill to investigate a Jesuit priest who has convinced the locals to strike for their overtime pay. McGill soon uncovers the priest's past, and both men have a hard choice to make.
A small-time PI, Thomas Nolan, gets in over his head on a case and turns to his friend McGill for help. However, Nolan ends up dead with McGill framed for his murder.
McGill takes a job to track down an oceanographer, Dalby, and extend an offer for him to return to his firm with the papers he stole. However, McGill soon discovers that Dalby is working with the CIA to track down a submarine base in the Adriatic, and the Albanians will stop him at any cost.
McGill takes a job in East Germany that leads him into the arms of a former female associate... who is trying to convince the East German authorities that she's a double-agent by betraying McGill.
A rich blind woman is murdered for her jewelry, and the only "witness" is her adopted daughter... who is equally blind. The daughter hires McGill to recover the jewels, but he soon discovers that there's much more involved than a simple robbery.
McGill is caught in the middle between an African mine company and the workers that it plans to put out of work after a series of sabotage attempts. The former head of the company hires McGill to find out who is really responsible.
An Italian count hires McGill to get his younger brother to sign papers giving him a $500,000 inheritance. However, McGill soon discovers that the older brother has an ulterior motive... and will do anything to get his younger brother to sign.
A high-profile lawyer on an international space committee hires McGill to find out who has taken incriminating blackmail photos of him and what they want.
A hijacker leaves prison after five years and comes gunning for his former associates who sold him out for his share of the loot. Meanwhile, a friend of McGill's gets a lead on the location of the missing gold, putting the former agent on the same trail.
McGill gets involved in a family affair when a heiress hires him to determine why her father refuses to see her, her brothers obey his wishes... and a childhood painting has gone up for auction.
Dr. Maza, a political exile, plans to publish a book exposing the head of the new regime as a traitor. He hires McGill to take his daughter Chantal to safety and collect the corroborating evidence to assure the book's publication.
McGill gets a call from a former lover, Joan, who is seeing a laughing blonde woman in her home... and isn't sure if she's sane or delusional.
An older woman hires McGill to determine if her younger husband is having an affair. McGill trails the husband to Paris and confirms that he is... and then the mistress turns up dead, shot with McGill's gun.
A government official hires McGill to recover a broach that he gave to his mistress Magda... but she won't give it back.
McGill is forced to work with criminals--and keep the true nature of his mission secret--to break into a Spanish villa and recover a microfilm.
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