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Devil’s Breath is called the most dangerous drug in the world, and it’s come to Kansas City. It is said it takes away a person’s free will, and minions of a Colombian drug lord are using it to rob, steal, kidnap, and even commit murder.

Fate throws Walt and his geriatric sidekicks into the path of the purveyors of Devil’s Breath endangering their lives and the lives of those around them.

Once again, Walt finds himself face-to-face with the Grim Reaper. Will he survive to continue serving Lady Justice, or will the Devil’s Breath take his last breath away?

©2018 Robert Thornhill (P)2018 Robert Thornhill

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Walt takes on drugs

Once again, Walt finds himself having to put himself in debt to the head of the Italian Maffia. This time the crime hits close to home when Walt’s friend is being charged with armed robbery. Jerry the joker has no memory of committing this crime. As Walt begins to investigate and gets kick butt attorney Suzanne Romero involved to help his friend he learns about a drug called Devil’s Breath. This drug is bad, really bad. The victim of this drug is highly susceptible to mind control and finds themselves committing crimes with no knowledge as with Jerry. The DA is not willing to accept that Jerry was drugged as the drug was long gone from his system once Walt realized he was drugged. Mary Murphy gets drugged to and is hopping mad and ready to beat the culprits with her bat if she can just find them. Walt and the gang solve the crime and once again everything is good in Kansas City. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Wow

This series just gets better and better. In this book the issue is a drug called Devil's Breath. I have not heard about this drug which is much worse than a roofie. Don't miss reading or listening to this series you will be greatly entertained. These books are funny, informative and relevant to the times.

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Lady Justice!

Robert Thornhill continues to amaze me with how well he brings current issues to light while providing a humorous listen with endearing characters and some very thought provoking insight. Medical Marijuana versus Big Pharma and mind altering drugs are the topics in this book. I so enjoy how Walt is evolving from his retired Realtor and Police Officer careers, into the private investigation sector. Lady Justice and the Devil's Breath is nonstop with its fantastic imagery. The characters in this book are multi-dimensional, and I enjoy the glimpses into their lives. This book is both a standalone listen and part of a series. George Kuch performs the book brilliantly. One can hear exactly who is speaking. He has the perfect voice inflections for this series. I will definitely listen to more books by this author and narrator.

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Devilish

Lady Justice and the Devil's Breath
By: Robert Thornhill

Walt Williams is back facing crooks using scopolomine to control others to do the dirty work. Topping that Big Pharma is back trying to take out the lady spearheading an effort to legalize medical marijuana. The usual gang is there to help. This book lets the listener consider both sides of the drug issues. I love the Lady Justice series, the humor mixed with current issues is great.

I do have one question, when did Mary Murphy change her name to Mary Borders? (chapter 2). Then later sh's back to Mary Murphy. Just curious...the eBook is the same.
I can't wait for the next book!!!


The narration was well done. The characters were well portrayed. George Kuch keeps these books humming right along.



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

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The good guys win!

assassins, seniors, illegal-trafficking, private-investigators, law-enforcement, humor, greed, family, friendship

The good guys win again! (even if they did need to ask for help from a bad guy)
It opens with greed, progresses through felonies, adds in assassination, and still has a full quota of humor. The social ills are things done out of greed and the continuing obstruction of the general population by big pharmaceutical companies. Well, that's out of greed, too.
I hate to do the whole recap and spoilers thing, but I will tell everybody that it's a great series and yet each book is self contained enough that it doesn't matter if you have read any of the others. But I suspect that you'll want to!
George Kuch continues to be excellent as narrator, and if his style is slow for you, remember the speed icon on your app.

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Another good story

Mr. Thornhill once again takes a divisive topic and presents in a way for the reader/listener to consider both sides of the scenario. Lady Justice and the Devil’s Breath is an entertaining story that will inform you and make you laugh. As a hospice nurse, I don’t believe that I’ll be able to place scopolamine patches on a patient again without thinking about this book. The narrator did a good job! I received a free copy of this audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Another great story!

I love this series. I can't say enough about these books, they are funny, have a great story! Mary is a bad ass! They also make you think. Way to go Robert Thornhill!

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Highly Addicting !

"Each time I start a new Robert Thornhill story, I don't think it can get better, but it does. Another hit, in this edition Jerry get slipped a Mickey .. A bad drug called Devil’s Breath (scopolamine)which is very bad , it makes they person basically hypnotized and under the mind control , but not able to remember what you have done , and it's practically untraceable.! Tis is bad news for Walt and the gage but even worse for the drug pushers when Walt and and company figure it out and lock them up!! My favorite characters are back. This is a series that once I start the book, I don't want to put it down until I'm finished. Looking forward to the next one."

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Don't Drink From The Water Bottle

I absolutely love this series as they are thought provoking with humor. In this book it about a woman (Hartman) who is pushing for legalizing medical marijuana, the pros and cons and is being pursued by Big Pharma and Diaz (Columbian cartel) as it would cut their profits. Poor Jerry and Mary each get a dose of the Devil’s Breath (scopolamine) and Walt is in debt with Carmine again. I love all of the characters especially Walt and his extended family and Keith. Great narration as usual. Highly recommend if you enjoy thought provoking mysteries with humor. Keep them coming! I was given this free audiobook by author and have voluntarily left this review. THANK YOU!!!!

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Thought-provoking!

I really contemplated the pros and cons on medical marijuana. Arguments for both sides legitimate. I was much more open-minded this time.

Walt and the gang lead us on a trail of mayhem and murder again!

George Kuch IS Walt Williams!

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