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Lady Justice and the Mysterious Box

Narrated by: George Kuch
Length: 4 hrs and 1 min
5 out of 5 stars (12 ratings)
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A mysterious box left by a dying man falls into Walt’s hands. He learns, much to his dismay, that the box is being sought by agents from four countries. Walt has no idea what the box contains but is told that in the right hands it could be a blessing to mankind, but in the wrong hands, a curse.

Walt is charged with the safekeeping of the box, but at what expense? Others who have come in contact with the box are dead. At some point, Walt must decide whether the contents of the box are worth risking the lives of those closest to him.

©2018 Robert Thornhill (P)2018 Robert Thornhill

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Saved the best for last !!

I was totally enamored this this installment of Lady Justice it moved quickly and efficiency to the surprising end, and i read it in reality one sitting.. Really that good.. I will defiantly follow this author from now on with much anticipation.!

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  • Jan M
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  • 11-25-18

What's in the Box?

Robert Thornhill continues to amaze me with his writing. I found this book to be different from most of the Lady Justice series, yet just as enjoyable. One cannot predict the direction this story was going to take. I loved that aspect, along with how the story plays out. There are many organizations after this box, and those associated with it seem to die. The cameo appearances of some characters from previous books is also a plus. I love catching up with these tidbits. George Kuch narrates this book with his distinguishable voices of the various characters. I love it being able to hear exactly whom is speaking. He performs the humor with perfect timing and how he says it. I can't wait for the next adventure for Walt and gang.

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You'll need a notepad to keep track of this one...

The author provided me with a complimentary copy of this audiobook with no expectation of a review. Wow, just when I think there's nothing the author could write that would surprise me, along comes this book. There are so many players after the mysterious box, you'll need a notepad to keep track of who is after it, who has it, and who was killed for it. Does anyone know what is in the box? I'm not telling; you'll just have to get the book to find out.

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  • Jan
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  • 11-21-18

Really different!

suspense, verbal-humor, situational-humor, spies

Wow! Extremely creative tale very deserving of its title! More than mysterious, its contents being deadly dangerous. Unusually short, but very effective. Well worth the read!
Once again George Kuch does a great job as narrator.

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What was in that box?

Very interesting and very real scenario. Kinda weird how the box got connected to Walt. I love these octagenerians and the trouble they always find themselves in. This story did not disappoint. It has all the fun, flair, and mystery of it's previous stories. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Suzan
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  • 11-18-18

I LOVE this series!

This series is like nothing else I have ever read. How Robert Thornhill keeps writing book after book and have them all be so great is a mystery to me. I just hope he keeps them coming. Walt Williams is once again in a mess that is so over his pay scale (HeHe like he is even paid for this) that he tries to solve this mess without help. But like a bad penny his problem just keeps turning back up and worse each time. I loved how this ends too, lets just say it is open ended and I smell another book. George Kuch once again is the narrator and he does an outstanding job. For me he is the voice of Walt Williams even the books in this series I have read and not listened to I hear his voice in my head. I was gifted this book with the understanding that I would leave an honest review. Honestly give this series a try.

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A mystery to the end!

With so many worldwide governments spying on each other & even within our own government, who can we trust?

Another thought-provoking story by Robert Thornhill!

George Kuch did a great job holding our attention with his great voice.

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Walt Needs a Larger Safe

I absolutely love this series as they are thought provoking with humor. In this book it a box that holds a secret that travels from Los Angeles to Kansas City and anyone who possess it end up dead’ It ends up with Walt causing many problems from different assassins from US and other countries trying to get it. Poor Maggie is kidnapped again and wonder what the box really contains. 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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Wow, this was a nail biter!

Wow, this installment of the series had me on the edge of my seat through the entire book. There isn’t one moment of lull, and with every word I was sucked in. From the very first page a mysterious box is found & everyone who possesses this box ends up being taken out by a group who is determined to get it back. By dumb luck, Walt gets ahold of the box & a tense game of cat & mouse ensues. With every word I breathlessly worried about Walt, as the people around him were being taken out & more foreign agencies were after him & the box. Again I say wow, it was a nail biter every step of the way. Amazing narration as always by George Kuch

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What's in the box???

Lady Justice and the Mysterious Box
(Lady Justice #32)
by Robert Thornhill


Walt Williams and friends are back in the 32nd installment of the Lady Justice series. A mysterious box that could be a blessing to mankind or it could destroy it finds its way into Walt's possession. At least four countries send assassins to take control of it. This part of the box's journey begins in LA and heads east to Kansas City. Will Walt and company protect the box until it can get to where it belongs or will they be thwarted? Lots of action, twists and turns to keep the reader turning pages. As always I await Walt's next adventure.



The narration was well done. The characters were well portrayed. George Kuch's voicing of this book is Awesome!!!



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  • Norma Miles
  • 01-16-19

A blessing or curse to mankind.

Once again, Robert Thornhill and George Kutch, voice of Walt Williams, take readers on a glorious ride, this time with a box. It seems that everyone wants it, or, rather, what is in it, from the U.S. government to the Chinese and the Russians. When it comes into Walt William's posession, he just wants to be rid of it, but nothing goes to plan...
Another exciting story in this wonderful, long running series, featuring the elderly detective and the glorious characters he is pleased to call his friends.
Highly recommend.