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Lady Justice and the Vigilante

Narrated by: George Kuch
Length: 5 hrs and 16 mins
5 out of 5 stars (38 ratings)

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A vigilante is stalking the streets of Kansas City administering his own brand of justice when the justice system fails.

Criminals are being executed right under the noses of the police department.

In Lady Justice and the Vigilante, a new recruit to the City Retiree Action Patrol steps up to help Walt and Ox bring to an end his reign of terror.

But not everyone wants the vigilante stopped. His bold reprisals against the criminal element of Kansas City have inspired the average citizen to take up arms and defend themselves.

As the body count mounts, public opinion is split - is it justice or is it murder?

A moral dilemma that will leave you laughing and weeping.

©2012 Robert Thornhill (P)2017 Robert Thornhill

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This is a great audiobook and just as good as the other Lady Justice books. This was the 7th book in the series. It is a fast paced mystery/comedy with lots of twists and turns. Walt and his group are amazing and funny. So far I am enjoying this series.

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Good book that left me wanting more

I enjoyed the story, the characters, and the performance. I would of liked to have a sequel to this book but I don't think the ending allowed for that outcome. I highly recommend this for anyone looking for a book that has good characters and is light reading.



I agreed to give an unbiased review in exchange for receiving this audiobook from Audiobook Boom.

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  • Jan
  • MKE
  • 03-08-17

Timely yet very funny!

mystery, vigilantism, humor, law enforcement, criminal injustice system

The good, the bad,and the irate. A very timely mystery which addresses the dissatisfaction of some with the criminal justice system and the need to protect the rights of all citizens, even the unrepentant guilty. As always, there is enough comic relief and reminders of the humanity of law enforcement, lawyers and judges, and members of the general public. Warning: This book will make you think! I really enjoyed it! The interjection of Ox's change in personal life is great fun.
George Kuch continues to be the perfect match for Walt and the gang.

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Lady Justice and the Vigilante

This is another great book about the CRAP team and co horts.I really like these books. George Kuch is a fine narrator.

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great

the wonderful story I liked it very much it was very interesting and captivating a wonderful five hours to listen to very enjoyable story the comedy with the mystery was very intriguing and indulging
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review

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Great read, great series.

Lady Justice and The Vigilante was my eighth enjoyable read/listen from author Robert Thornhill. Another enjoyable & entertaining clean read, filled with puns & one-liners. 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. I loved the analogy between chess pieces the local political system (you’ll have to read the book to understand) & I’ll definitely be reading more from Thornhill! I was given an Audible copy of this book & am voluntarily reviewing it. (RIP Marley January 20, 2014 - July 24, 2018).

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Great crime novel!

Lady Justice And The Vigilante
(Lady Justice #7)
by Robert Thornhill
Narrated by: George Kuch
l though I have several of books in this series I finally read one! I really enjoyed the flow, plot, and the characters...why did I wait so long? I read it out of order but it didn't effect the story at all. I
I will have to make time for more of these books!
In this one, someone is picking off people who are getting off the hook for serious crimes due to minor technologies. Very serious crimes! He makes sure they are indeed the criminal. I am not condoning vigilante justice I am just telling you the story. How things work out is very interesting.
Great narration!

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Another good story!

Wow! What another great story. Mr. Thornhill does it again, addressing a serious societal occurrence with a seamless fictional mystery. I was kept guessing about how things may end up and could only imagine a different horrible ending. Love the characters and storylines!

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Another solid entry to the series, except ...

Note: I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.

This review is way, WAY overdue. I actually listened to this book months ago but have been so busy I haven't taken the time to sit down and write it.

As I believe I've already mentioned, this series has been growing on me. And that continues to hold true. I like the variety of subject matter that the author tackles through the stories, but there is one thing that has continually been troublesome to me. Since the audiobook performance issues (namely excessive sinus and mouth noise) I referred to in other reviews don't seem to be as prevalent as they were in the very beginning, that's not the issue I'm referring to. No, what's been getting under my skin is the MC's wife, Maggie. There was a moment in the book where Walter was joking around with his friends and whatever he said wasn't deemed appropriate by Maggie so he was relegated to the couch that night. I found it childish, petty, and downright ugly. Little things like that have happened throughout the various stories and it is turning her into a character I don't care for at all. I know it's perceived as "cute" or "funny" for a woman to treat her supposedly "clueless" or "bumbling" male partner that way but the reality is that it isn't funny at all. Reverse the genders and it's easy to recognize.

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Another Winner!

Again this author covered a thought provoking yet controversial topic of vigilantism. Sometimes it seems the system works against the victims. This book provided another perspective.

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  • Norma Miles
  • 03-03-17

"like cobwebs which catch small flies..."

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This is the seventh stand alone story in this fabulous Lady Justice series which combines humour, great larger than life but oh-so-real characters, terrific writing and life observations within often hard hitting mystery stories. This time the elderly cop and his colleagues in Kansas City are searching for a killer determined to put right the failure to convict brutal perpetrators of horrible crimes. But life also goes on for Walt, Maggie and the rest of the residents and even police partner, Ox, manages to get a date with Judy, the lady he admires, despite his tongue tied approach. Plus there are the Thanksgiving and Christmas celebrations ... But not everything goes well.

As always, George Kuch is Walt Williams as he relates all that happens and tells tales about his fabulous friends. Kuch is pace perfect with the anecdotes and reminiscences of the 67 years old cop, his voice full of compassion and fun, contemplative or steady as he tells all from Walt's point of view.Brilliant book made even better by the narration. Something for everyone and highly recommended.

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  • Emily
  • 05-24-17

Interesting

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

This book was so good. I love this series. Thornhill always chooses such interesting topics to write about and vigilantes are undoubtedly interesting. Walt was, as usual amazing.