• Lady Justice and the Class Reunion

  • By: Robert Thornhill
  • Narrated by: George Kuch
  • Length: 5 hrs and 26 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (35 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

For most people, a 50th class reunion is a time to party and renew old acquaintances, but Walt Williams isn't an ordinary guy - he's a cop, and trouble seems to follow him everywhere he goes.

Old flames, bullies, and a scorned classmate make Walt's reunion one to remember.

The Mexican drug cartel is recruiting young Latino girls as drug mules and the Kansas City Police have hit a brick wall until Walt is given a lead by an old classmate.

Even then, it takes three unlikely heroes from the Whispering Hills Retirement Village to help Walt and Ox end the cartel's reign of terror.

Join Walt in a class reunion filled with mystery, intrigue, jealousy, and a belly-full of laughs!

©2013 Robert Thornhill (P)2017 Robert Thornhill

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Great read!

mystery, seniors, law-enforcement, relationships, situational-humor, verbal-humor

The wheels of Lady Justice may grind slowly, but they grind exceedingly fine. There are entwined story paths, the law enforcement problem involving drug lords in the area and the upcoming fiftieth class reunion for our hero. They converge when three of Walt's former classmates have information they want him to have but it is not admissible in court, nor can the man who obtained it be known. Despite the serious subject matter (well, not the madness of preparing for the reunion) there is the customary hilarity and groaners. Another delightful book in the series!
I read my copies on audio, and give the print copies to our regional library as I thought it insane that a library system serving a population of 500,000 had not one listed. I know that when I have to wait for months to get a book I've reserved, I often head for an ebook to buy (or an audio).
George Kuch continues to be excellent as narrator.

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Wow!! Best one yet..

I don't know what to say but WOW! I even took a morning off to finish it! This is Definately the best book I've read (and listened to)this year!! Thanks Robert Thornhill .. It is a book that I would give top honors without a narrator but George Kush REALLY made it come to life. He really is a suburb narrator.. Don't miss it.

"I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review."

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They keep getting better and better!

I love this series of books! I find that each book gets better than the previous. Each story is a standalone listen, yet might have mention of something that took place in a previous story. (For example, the previous book was the cruise ship murders and this book mentioned that Walt and Ox were recently back from a cruise). When I started listening to this series I did not start with the first book and have not had any problems. I think the author is extremely witty and the narrator has the perfect delivery for this book (and series). This book was so funny in how things were said, I was laughing out loud. I found the story to be very entertaining, engrossing, and most of the characters were endearing. I also like the fact that the author has some great messages in the books as well. I cannot say which was my favorite scene in the book, as there were several that were so good. My review is not a synopsis of the book, but rather my opinion of it. I highly recommend this book! The story line is original and the characters are far from perfect, which makes it so good. I was given this review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Exciting, thrilling that kept me spellbound

Loved it the author has a wonderful sense of humor that makes you laugh out loud giving you a very entertaining story , . Walter is a retired Realtor and up in years who wants to be a cop,he is older, his bones don’t work the way they use to. He is thrilled when they agree to give him a chance. From that day forward he has gotten in one mess after another giving the listener a lot of laughter with his dry sense of humor. There were times when my mouth hung open and I closed my eyes as he and the men beside him go through the pains but at the same time I could stop myself from laughing. Walter has a dry sense of humor that is right up my alley. I fell in love with Walter almost from the first page. It was a thrilling, exciting, dangerous, wonderful listen that has a little of everything between these pages. Once you start this series you won’t be able to read/listen to just one.

Mr Kuch is a wonderful narrator from his male to female voices you are captivated, he really brings Walter to life with his dry humor that fits him to a T. Each of his character voice really fit what I picture the character to sound like which makes it very easy to picture them in your mind. I had no trouble picturing the danger, ribbing, humor and excitement as it unfolds. There are no background noise, no repeating of words and no volume changes. He brings true emotions to his characters you can feel the power of the excitement, danger, thrills, and humor along with the dry humor of dear old Walter. I cannot tell you just how thrilling this audio was and how much I enjoyed his work. The narrator knows how to bring you the thrills, excitement that holds your attention from the first page until the last. I really can’t wait to listen to more of this series from him.

I love how the author twist wording to come up with things you would never have thought of in that context which really makes it more humorous. This is a clean story base but does have passion and a little romance but not as you know it. Which makes it even more thrilling to be able to have a family and teens that can read it and have something to talk about. It is a series that both of the sexes will enjoy. There are tons of excitement, danger, and even a few thrills with a twist that you don’t see coming. I was hooked from the first page until the end and loved it so much I bought most of the series. I love Walter and all the characters, they bring so much to the story line. The author and narrator really know how to pull the listener in giving a very highly entertain listen that captivates you with a story you can’t put down. I can’t tell you just how much I truly enjoyed this.

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Lady Justice and the class reunion

This is a really good series!In this one the old folks are planning a 50th class reunion.Walt plays a crooner and an old flame plays up to him.Is she a murderer or just a tease? George Kuch is a wonderful narrator,as usual. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.' 

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Lady Justice and the Class Reunion

This is a fantastic series I am really loving this series. It has great humor in it, as well as fantastic world building and Character building. I really like the way Walt the Character tells the story. And the twists and turns come out and I totally am not expecting them. The Narrator does a fantastic job with the different voices. I definitely recommend.
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Getting Better

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

This was better than some of the books in the series but I wouldn't say that it was fantastic. The plot was split in two and it was like the two plot lines were warring with each other to be the more important. I think that the book should have been longer, or the author should have split the book in two.

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Lady Justice and the Class Reunion. book 12

Yet another fantastic book by Robert Thornhill. I just realized that this series of books would make for a fantastic TV Series. I don't watch TV but can guarantee that if these books were made into movies, I would become a movie watcher!
Walt and Ox must solve drugs coming into the country before more women are murdered. Along with the drama and murders in this book you will have laugh out loud comedy.

George Kuch is amazing in his narration and perfect for this series

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Walt for Class President!!!

Loved this book just as much as I have all the others!! Great story line and just a fun story all the way around!!! Good clean humor!!

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Lady Justice and the Class Reunion

Another great book with this crew with a couple different crimes to solve as well as a 50th class reunion to boot! This book has some really comical pets that will have you laughing along with it. Love it!

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  • Julie
  • 10-21-19

Party time for Walt

I enjoyed this plot, with two main stories running though the book it has enough going on that it had me hooked from the start I like the way that Walt and his partner don't always get it right straight away like super heros but with perseverance they get there in the end and get the bad guys. The author covers some serious subjects like bullying and drug trafficking but with his light touch you can't help enjoying the story and even laughing at a few antics.
Walt receives a letter inviting him to a 50th year class reunion, he would rather give it a miss but his new wife wants to know more about his history and talks him into going. Walt being Walt he can't say no to Maggie and everybody else it seems as he gets talked into putting on an Elvis show for the class, as well as decorating the hall and even being part of the cheerleading team. Of course it is not all parties and fun and Walt will have to rope in Ox to run a undercover sting on an old friend. At the same time Walt and Ox receive help from three elderly gentleman who are trying to take down a deadly drug cartel who have been using young and venerable girls to traffic the drugs for them before time runs out for them. Will secret notes and undercover stakes outs be enough to take down a ruthless cartel? Who wants to go quietly into the final good night?
I really like George as the narrator for this series with his gruff voice he never fails to entertain.

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  • Norma Miles
  • 10-28-17

Batman and Robin meet the Three Amigos.

George Kuch is back as the voice of Robert Thornhill's elderly cop, Walt Williams (and everybody else, too). Another funny and exciting story as Walt, with partner Ox, investigate a drugs scam and theft from a gym in between other busy life events, including a reprise of the Elvis impersonation.

Filled with cranky old, yet feisty, characters, hilarious episodes, pearls of wisdom and crime cracking escapades as recounted by Walt himself, this is a really fun book. Mr.Kuch performs all with warmth and brings everyone even more alive, especially the 69 years old Kansas cop himself.

For anyone unfamiliar with this marvellous Lady Justice series, do yourself a favour and try one. No need to start at the beginning, although I would recommend it as it is a very funny introduction to characters who will appear later, but each book is completely stand alone. Easy on the ear and covering a wide range of emotions, especially humour, this book is highly recommended.