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Publisher's Summary

The Russian mob recruited a hired gun from New York, and the guy looked exactly like Walt Williams. 

This uncanny resemblance landed Walt in the dog house with his wife, the cops, and the Italian mob. It takes all Walt’s skill and cunning to stave off an all-out war between the Russians and Italians and undo the damage wrought by his evil twin.

©2019 Robert Thornhill (P)2019 Robert Thornhill

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Lady Justice And The Evil Twin

Poor Walt! He really does get into a lot of trouble, even when he is the innocent party! I absolutely loved this book and all that happened. This crew of seniors is fantastic to listen to.

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I’ve always heard everyone has a twin!!!

Of course if anyone had to have an evil twin, it would be Walt. He’s always getting into something and now he’s got help getting himself in trouble. Great story as always. Love this series!!!

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Page Turning Pleasure !!

The author always manages to write great stories that can be read in any order, but starting at the beginning will help fill in the gaps. I love the characters I love that it's a page-turner and you just want to keep on reading full of suspense👍👍👍👍

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Lady Justice and the Evil Twin

When you have an evil doppelgänger running about, there’s a chance you could find yourself in trouble. Walt finds out just how much there can be, whether it’s with Maggie, the cops, or even the mob. It’s a good thing he has a good code word... This was such a fun book in the Lady Justice series. Robert Thornhill kept the action and humor coming as Walt navigated his latest adventure. The narration by George Kuch was fantastic. He continues to bring these stories to life with his impeccable timing. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and I have voluntarily left this review.

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Entertaining

Walt Williams and gang are back in this edition of Lady Justice and the Evil Twin. Walt’s doppelgänger causes trouble and the team has to use different tactics to put an end to the tomfoolery. The characters are likable and believable. The storyline is interesting and entertaining! The narrator did a fantastic job! I received a free copy of this audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Love these

Each book in the series bring fun and adventure. I always laugh and enjoy all the little things that become incorporated into the main storyline. Ready to start the next. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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SO GOOD!

Lady Justice and the Evil Twin is my thirty-sixth enjoyable read/listen from author Robert Thornhill. Another entertaining clean read, filled with puns & one-liners, as always dealing with current social topics. Each book in the series seems better than the last as Thornhill continues to up his game. Narrator George Kuch again adds greatly to the listening enjoyment with his wide variety of entertaining voices & inflections, Kuch IS Walt Williams! I’ll definitely be reading more from Thornhill! I was given an Audible copy of this book & am voluntarily reviewing it. Up next is Lady Justice and the Living Trust. (RIP Marley January 20, 2014 - July 24, 2018).

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It was good

The author provided me with a complimentary copy of this audiobook with no expectation of a review. This book is the 36th book in the Lady Justice series. While it was not as funny as previous books, I still enjoyed it immensely. I highly recommend this series to anyone that loves a long running series with a cast of characters that will keep you laughing and coming back for more. George Kuch does an excellent job of bringing the characters to life. His choices for, and delivery of, the characters' voices makes it possibly to envision what they look like, how they might react to situations, and makes the series even more of a joy to devour. You can't go wrong with this series.

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Mistaken Identity!

Lady Justice and the Evil Twin by Robert Thornhill is a fascinating listen. I love how the author writes books that make me pause to think. The idea of having a doppelgänger is both mind boggling and fascinating at the same time. This book has Walt meeting his nemesis, who is up to no good. The storyline is original and fast paced. George Kuch is delightful bringing the characters to life. I can hear exactly who is speaking. I cannot recommend this series enough. The characters are endearing and quirky, and full of their share of trouble. I requested this review copy audiobook and have voluntarily written this review. I will definitely listen to more by both the author and narrator.

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What happens if you have a doppelgänger?

The best thing about this series, is jay the plots always feel so realistic. It’s like a collection of all the things you think about happening but never imagine would ever happen to you. In this installment Walt has a doppelgänger who goes around causing trouble & leaving Walt to chase him down. Along the way you meet a whole host of characters, some from the past who we haven’t seen in a few books. As always, I highly recommend starting this series from the beginning, but even if you pop in during this book you will have no trouble getting caught up!

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Double trouble

Oh wow, I really enjoyed this instalment to the Walt Williams series. I loved all the trouble Walt's double got him into , I did wonder why everybody that knew him didn't ask why he was speaking with a Russian accent? but still really enjoyed it and found it funny. When someone sends Maggie a video of her husband getting a lap dance from a stripper, Walt has no idea the trouble that is about to come his way. It starts with small things like getting arrested for robbing a convenience store but soon escalates to the boss of the Italian Mob wanting a quiet word with him. It's a good job Walt can talk his way out of most thing because otherwise he will be trying out a new pair of cement shoes. Walt's doppelganger works for the Russian mob and wants to take over Kansas city and using Walt's face might just solve a few problems, like taking out a witness that is going to testify against them. Can Walt and the gang throw a snickerdoodle into the works? I still really like George Kuch as the voice of Walt and his friends and can't imagine anyone else who could do such a good job.