Mannix is hired by a bank to search for Paul Gantry, an Australian sailor who stands to inherit a sizable sum of money. To find him, Mannix goes under cover at the waterfront posing as a ... See full summary »

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Mannix is hired by a bank to search for Paul Gantry, an Australian sailor who stands to inherit a sizable sum of money. To find him, Mannix goes under cover at the waterfront posing as a sailor looking for any of his "shipmates" from a recently sunken freighter, the Harlequin, on which Gantry served as one of the crew. As Mannix learns more information about the case, however, he comes to have doubts about whether Gantry really stands to collect the inheritance as his client informed him. Written by aldanoli

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Good, twisty waterfront mystery.
2 February 2017 | by (LA, CA) – See all my reviews

Joe gets hired to track down the heir to a $1 million fortune, the only surviving sailor from a gold-laden cargo ship lost at sea months before who Joe has reason to believe is hiding out on the LA waterfront. Joe finds the man, and that's when things get really tricky.

Goff and Roberts hurl their usual narrative harpoons at the viewer, and we are never allowed to find our sea legs until the last five minutes.

The last TWO minutes, by the way, are uncharacteristically melancholy for this series, but not ineffective.

A good, solid MANNIX entry, and the talented Robert Reed is on hand as Joe's exasperated cop pal.


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