Ross is hired to go undercover in an exclusive club to ferret out a cardsharp who has been fleecing some of its members.
Ross is hired to find a missing model. At first the case seems routine but then he stumbles into a million dollar con game and murder.
Ross is hired by a woman who lent her fiancee $6,000. Then the poor fellow got himself killed and now his erstwhile intended wants her money back.
Ross travels to a small town in search of a car thief and bail jumper who was once an athletic hero in the town.
Ross is hired to carry the ashes of a recently deceased man from Los Angeles to San Francisco but soon discovers that others are following him with mayhem in their hearts. He then tries to figure out why.
A defense attorney hires Ross to find a missing witness in a murder case. Ross finds him but then things go from bad to worse.
A millionaire hires Ross to find his missing galpal. Ross finds her and soon discovers that she is in hiding for good reason.
Ross must try to return a man who supposedly died from his hiding place in Mexico back to the United States along with the insurance money he got after faking his death.
Ross begins to wonder if the suicide of a renowned stage and dancing legend was murder.
Ross is running down leads to save a convict from the gas chamber but he doesn't have much time remaining.
A former burlesque queen hires Ross to find out who's been making death threats against her personage.
On a case, Ross falls for a woman involved in the case and with some rough characters.
Ross is hired when a woman shows up on a millionaire's doorstep claiming that the girl she has raised is his. It all has to do with a twelve year old kidnapping case for which a ransom was paid yet the victim never seen again.
A naive midwestern gal hires Ross to locate her missing brother. He soon learns that the sibling is involved with some very unsavory types.
Ross searches for a missing novelist in a town where most of the residents are glad that the man is gone.
Ross's old prison buddy, who once saved his life, insists that the gumshoe join him in an extortion plot and he won't take no for an answer.
When Ross offers to help out the son of an old friend he soon finds himself tangled up in a homicide.
Ross goes to Acapulco to find a millionaire's runaway daughter. He locates her among the jet set there then tries to convince her that some of her playmates are up to no good.
Investigating a shooting in a rural town, Ross is arrested on charges of selling marijuana.
A homely looking woman hires Ross to find her missing glamorous model twin sister. He finds her and discovers that she's mixed up in extortion and a narcotics trafficking ring.
Hired by an insurance company to investigate a series of truck hijackings, Ross poses as a drifter named Leo Martin and joins the hijacking ring.
A crude and rough hewn millionaire hires Ross but he's killed before our protagonist can discover why he's been hired. Ross's investigation leads to an elegant tennis club which considered the deceased too uncouth for membership.
Ross is hired by a hard as nails, unbending cop who's facing an indictment on a bribery charge. Suspecting a possible frame-up, he begins checking out the cop's enemies and the man has a whole bunch.
A woman has already buried two previous husbands and her third hires Ross to make sure she's not planning on being a widow for the third time.
Ross is hired to tail a recently paroled convict who is supposedly the only person who knows the exact location of missing money in the amount of $250,000. But, as could be expected, he's not the only one searching for the missing loot.
Ross is hired to serve a subpoena on a Howard Hughes like millionaire who has never been photographed and uncovers a curious love affair along with a murder plot.