In Volume 18, Det. Sgt. White is taken hostage in the temple of a weird religious sect in "Thou Shalt Not Want". In "Bomb" the HOMICIDE team consult an eccentric psychiatrist to help them profile and capture a criminal and in "Pointing to the Moon" Sen. Det. Deegan's skills are tested when he comes up agains a criminal who is also a master of martial arts.
Pamela Stephenson gives an inspired performance as a disturbed actress in "Starring Joan Kendall" and Maggie Millar won both a Logie Award and a Sammy Award (1975) for her performance in "The Life and Times of Tina Kennedy".