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Publisher's Summary

A 10-year-old boy has a bike accident and suffers a concussion. A neural connection is made that gives him the ability to have insight into future events.  

This young boy, with his new sixth sense, joins forces with Walt to exonerate a man who has been unjustly accused of murder, and thwart a plot to assassinate the president of the United States. 

Once again Lady Justice prevails, this time thanks to the unlikely collaboration of a young savant and a 74-year-old private investigator.  

©2017 Robert Thornhill (P)2018 Robert Thornhill

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Lady Justice and the Sixth Sense

It’s amazing how a head injury can cause so much commotion after it happens. In this book there was some unbelievable situations that ales you really wonder what the human brain is capable of if we were to use it at it’s full capacity. I love how every book in this series always opens up something to think about.

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Another hit!!!

I absolutely love the book and the new characters!! As always, this was definitely a home run.

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Lady Justice and the Sixth Sense

No, Walt Williams hasn’t started seeing dead people... A young boy with an extraordinary talent has become an invaluable member of the investigative team. Will anyone other than Walt believe the information?

Robert Thornhill weaves in a fun paranormal aspect in this story. I love how he keeps each book fresh yet they all work together.

Listening to George Kuch narrate is like having an old friend tell the story. Absolutely fantastic.

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

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Lady Justice and the Sixth Sense. Book 28

Walt overhears a young boy comment on a news story when he says the man arrested didn't do it. Walt receives several leads from this boy as he tries to prove the man's innocence.

George Kuch uses voices that bring the characters and the story to life.

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Love It

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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Entertaining

Lady Justice and the Sixth Sense is my twenty-seventh enjoyable read/listen from author Robert Thornhill. Another entertaining clean read, filled with puns, one-liners & references to books & songs including the narrator singing. Throughout the book I found myself smiling a lot & at times laughing out loud. 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 Magic Dragon. (RIP Marley January 20, 2014 - July 24, 2018).

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Very interesting indeed

This book really surprised me. I really liked how the author didn't go over the top with the young boy and his 6th sense. This boy is sharp and the gang really takes a shine to him. I'm glad the bad guys were thwarted before the could do some serious harm. It doesn't surprise me people had a hard time believing in his abilities untill he proved himself. Again as I've said before this author and narrator are a perfect pair. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Wonderful collection!

Book 28 in this wonderful series. I don't know how Robert Thornhill does it but book 28 is as wonderfully entertaining as book 1. I really love this series and the adventures that Walt and his mutley crew get into. If you have not experienced this series you need to read just one book. But let me warn you they are addictive just like potato chips can't read just one. Once again George Kuch narrates this book and as I have said before he is the true voice of Walt.

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Different but funnier!

suspense, laugh-out-loud, private-investigators, law-enforcement, family

This one is a little different. A young boy with connections to Walt and friends suddenly has insights into things about to happen to people whom he sees but has no clue who they are or why this is happening. Walt and his fellow PI are present and feel the need to get involved even though it makes no sense, but it begins to make some kind of sense with each correct episode. There is lots of situational and verbal humor as always. I love these books!
George Kuch continues to be excellent as narrator!

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Best series ever

I love Robert Thornhill's books and his characters. I feel like I know each of them. George Kuch's narration is excellent and so easy to listen to. I listen while driving in my car or walking. I have listen to each of his books as they have come out on audio. Mr Thornhill has sent me promo codes to enjoy his books but would be worth every penny it costs. Thanks Robert.

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  • 12-13-19

Lady justice rides again

Another great book in the lady justice series. I like the characters, the way they always seem to get in trouble and the hilarious ways they get out of it. There are so many recurring characters it's like catching up with old friends. Each book is a stand alone book but why would you miss out on the stunts Walt and his geriatric friends get up to? I liked the cryptic clues the boy gave to Walt to solve the cases, very clever.
One of Walt's friends and tenant, Jerry asks him to brake one of his rules and let his 10 year nephew stay in his apartment. He just suffered a head injury and his only parent needs to go out of town for work. Walt being the softy he really is agrees and in the process saves the presidents life. You see the boy knows things that he shouldn't, like someone is going to hurt the president and when he is proved right about a few small things, Walt believes him right away. Now he just needs to convince everybody else.
George Kuch is a pleasure to listen to as the voice of Walt Williams and his friends.

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  • Norma Miles
  • 06-27-18

Told you!

Always such a pleasure to renew aquantance with the elderly sleuth, Walt Williams, and his bevy of family and friends, and hear from him about his latest adventures in pursuit of Lady Justice. This time, the nephew of one of his tenants comes to stay for a few days after a bike accident caused a concussion. The 10 years old, Marty, makes some odd comments, things he could not possibly know, but they prove true. So when he says that an innocent man has been wrongly arrested, Walt and his P.I. partner, Kevin McBride, decide they have to investigate...

Full of humour and anecdotes (and Jerry's terrible jokes and limericks), and even a reference to Walt's author friend, Robert Thornhill, these wonderful books are like chatting to an old friend. And narrator, George Kuch, is Walt Williams.
Enough said.

Every book is stand alone.
Loved it.
Definitely recommend it.