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Lady Justice and the Raven

Lady Justice Series, Book 39
Narrated by: George Kuch
Series: Lady Justice, Book 39
Length: 3 hrs and 41 mins
Categories: Fiction, Humor
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Walt discovers a manuscript hidden in the false bottom of a cabinet Maggie bought at a craft fair. The manuscript, written by a woman named Lenore, tells the tragic story of a life filled with abuse, incest, and finally, murder. Drawn in by the story, Walt becomes entangled with members of the family whose lives mirror characters in many of Edgar Allen Poe’s Gothic novels.

Accompanying Walt on this curious journey is a raven that guides Walt through the terrifying and often dangerous encounters with this family, whose lives are filled with tragedy and remorse.    

Will Walt prevail, or will he succumb to the evil curse that has plagued this troubled family for four generations?

©2019 Robert Thornhill (P)2019 Robert Thornhill

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  • Suzan
  • SF Bay Area
  • 11-03-19

I love this seies

Book 39 in this great series Lady Justice. I am proud to say I have read all of them and loved them all. Walt and the gang never fail to make me giggle and shake my head. This book had a fun twist in that the story line followed many of Edgar Allan Poe's books. So fun even if its been years since I had read any of Poe's books. George Kuch is the narrator again and he is just plain wonderful. I hope this series never ends. If you have not read any of these you really must give it a go. I just got my husband listening to them and he is hooked too.

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Entertaining

Walt Williams and gang are back, this time a mystery with eerily similar story to an Edgar Allan Poe story! The characters are likable and believable. The storyline is interesting and entertaining! The narrator did a great job! I received a free copy of this audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Perfection

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. Can't wait for the next one.

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another great story from Thornhill<br />

I really enjoyed this story, the ravens added a great bit of mystery to the story. Another great story from Thornhill. Definitely worth your time!

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  • Jan M
  • Southwest
  • 10-12-19

Tribute to Poe!

Robert Thornhill has written a great tribute to Edgar Allen Poe in Lady Justice and the Raven. I love how he incorporated facts with current events and fiction. His vivid imagery and humor are so well balanced, the characters of Walt, Maggie, Mary Murphy are so endearing. I loved how the hidden manuscript was related to several of Poe's poems. and found it perfect especially for this time of year. The author is fantastic in presenting issues that face us, and this one is also thought provoking. George Kuch performs this book flawlessly. He is wonderful bringing the characters to life. I cannot recommend The Lady Justice series enough, they are thought provoking, humorous, and have great storylines and endearing characters.

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Campy!

An ingenious twist on Poe's books.

On a serious note, his story on nursing home abuse is sobering.

George Kuch IS Walt Williams!

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Perfect for Halloween

This installment is chilling, and right on time for Halloween. Some aspects of it are very dark, but yet Robert Thornhill found a way to tell the story with grace and a bit of humor to lighten it up. If you love the creepy genre & you love mystery’s then this is the perfect blend of the two!

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  • Jan
  • MKE
  • 10-03-19

Quoth the raven...

murder, mysteries, EAPoe, situational-humor, verbal-humor, incest

What could be more fun than combining the Lady Justice gang with the words of EAPoe? Even if some painful subjects are covered, it's still a great giggle! And George Kuch continues to be the voice of Walt and friends.
Only a little ax grinding here. The main problem in nursing homes is not nefariousness, but lack of staffing due to government constraints and lack of staff who want to be abused by patients, families, and administration for poor wages and little to no recognition. End of rant by retired RN/daughter.

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Fantastic!!!

Lady Justice and the Raven
by Robert Thornhill

After Maggie and Walt visit a craft fair where they found a perfect cabinet, Walt discovers a false bottom. A woman named Lenore confesses to many things in her childhood including murder. The gang helps Walt and Kevin as they work to unravel the story behind the manuscript.

The author also brings social issues into play. I love to think and re-think those issues even after the book is finished!!!
This is the perfect autumn read. Halloween approach and the works of Poe entwine perfectly with this story line.
I think this is possibly my favorite Lady Justice book.



The narration was well done. The characters were well portrayed. George Kuch is the perfect voice for this series!!!



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Walt is at it again

I was afraid the hidden story would trigger my own abuse but thankfully it did not. Walt and his gang get into quiet a few scraps that they only just manage to get out of. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Norma Miles
  • 10-25-19

Man with hole in pocket ...


Walt Williams, retired realtor and ex policeman, returns to tell us of his and partner P.I. Kevin's recent bizarre cases involving a raven and the works of Edgar Allan Poe. This is number 39 in the series a!ways guaranteed to make the reader smile if not laugh aloud. Most of Walt's friends, including Mary and Jerry, make an appearance, too. A bit different, though, in that this time it really was a bit too strange to be true.

George Kutch is Walt, the elderly crime fighter, storyteller and witty raconteur, as he has been since the start of the Lady Justice books and is, as ever, perfect in the role. He talks direct to the reader, drawing us into his confidence. And with every story standa!one, the books, all 39, can be read in any order. Highly recommended, as are all the books in the series.