It’s after midnight, and during the wee hours of the morning. The hotel clerk where Philip is the house dick needs him to deal with a guy called “the King.” The musician is putting on his own late night concerts and disturbing the guests. Philip patrols the hallways when he encounters a woman with a gun pointed his direction.
Back at the night desk, Philip tries to figure out the odd clients, but checking up on his pistol packing mama, he finds her strangled body. When Philip tries to talk to the King about his dead female fan club, all he gets is resistance. The King has a new hanger on, and claims to be a former singer in his band. What does she know about the strange note, the dead girl, and who might want the King dead? A desperate phone call from Delorres has Philip on the scene to investigate the Kin’gs dead body.
Philip retraces his steps in the nightclub to look for clues that might explain things. Was it Delorres? Who is Agatha? Philip calls the cops to tell them all he knows, especially when he finds Agatha’s strangled body. There’s a mountain of clues that Philip has to put together.
What was meant to look like a suicide clearly isn’t. By now, Philip has the clues figured out and confronts the killer, and his plan revolving around jealousy, and revenge.