When the death of a teenager leads Jack and Phryne to investigate a halfway house for pregnant and wayward girls, they find their investigation blocked at every turn. With Jack's job in jeopardy, solving this case just got personal.
The drowning death of a teenage girl leads Phryne and Jack to look into the very Catholic convent that (much to Phryne's shock) does her laundry under despairing slavery conditions. She's as appalled at their miserable treatment of homeless girls as are the staff at Phryne's lifestyle. Jack finds himself abruptly removed from the case by his former father-in-law, the all too suddenly newly appointed Chief Commissioner George Sanderson, whose first act puts matters into the hands of a far less capable officer. With Jack's career on the line, Phryne and friends target the convent and a cargo ship to ferret out a case of darkest smuggling.Written by
The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise
Written by Ernest Seitz & Gene Lockhart (as Eugene Lockhart)
Performed by Ted Lewis
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