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Reviewed by Alyssa Elmore for Readers' Favorite
Winchester's Bargain (The Bart Northcote Series Book Four) by Murray Lee Eiland Jr. is a fascinating sleuth mystery that will keep you guessing to the end! Bart Northcote is a well known private detective on Sunset Boulevard. His team of three exceptionally beautiful women is more than just a trio of pretty faces; they all have their own specialties to create a P.I. firm of distinction close enough to Hollywood to cater to the stars. When Mr. Lee approaches Bart with an outlandish proposal that promises to make his firm millions, his first instinct is to decline the firm's services to the suave Asian man. But, as the mysterious Mr. Lee continues his point, Bart wonders how taking a case as complicated as his could be so dangerous. Mr. Lee obviously knows more about his employees than he does, and the money from the completion of the case could allow them to live comfortably for years. Wouldn't he be being selfish to deny his employees their fair dues? Plus, Mr. Lee argues a good point. Their team seems tailor-made for Mr. Lee's needs. Only, how does one go about the monumental task of locating an overseas Chinese financial empire and finding the proof that Mr. Lee is looking for? Can they really succeed in tracing certain fluctuations in the American Stock Market? As Bart and his team dig themselves deeper into the impossible case, Bart begins to wonder what happens if they fail?
James Bond meets Charlie's Angels in Winchester's Bargain by Murray Lee Eiland Jr. Written with taste and knowledge, this book is a page-turning sleuth mystery that had me guessing how poor author/P.I. Bart Northcote could possibly write his way out of such a tangled mess. Not knowing much about the Stock Market, I had no idea what to expect from this book. The author did an incredible job of explaining everything in a way that a Stock Market novice might understand, so that the reader wouldn't get lost, without giving long drawn out explanations that could potentially bore the reader with more stock expertise. With this being the fourth book in the Bart Northcote Series, I felt a little lost at times concerning previously introduced characters. I truly wish that the author had spent a little more time on describing them, so I could get a better picture of who they were. That being my only complaint, I enjoyed reading Winchester's Bargain and will be looking for more in the Northcote series!