What do a Confederate soldier who died on the field of battle, a woman who was driven from her home by the ravages of the Civil War, and a man who perished in a turn-of-the-century asylum have in common?
They all contact private investigator, Walt Williams.
A bizarre series of events surrounding these paranormal visits culminate in the discovery of a terrorist plot to detonate bombs at a crowded festival.
Once again, Lady Justice pairs Walt with forces from beyond the veil to solve mysteries hidden for decades and bring evil-doers to justice.
“Thornhills storytelling feels as natural as James Patterson’s, and the short-chapter setup is the literary answer to Lay’s potato chips: you just want one more and before you know it, you’ve gone through the whole thing. -
I love this series, primarily because I adore the characters & all their adventures. This book perfectly meshed together history, an old story from a lost diary & a present day terror plot. It feels like so much happens in such a short amount of time because there is so much plot jam packed into 4 hours! This was another home run in the Lady Justice Series & as usual I can’t wait to see what happens next.
Robert Thornhill weaves a tale of history and today's events into a great story for us to enjoy.
George Kuch brings the characters to life with his narration.
I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the author, narrator or publisher in exchange for an unbiased review via audiobookboom com.
The author provided me with a complimentary copy of this audiobook with no expectation of a review. Can you imagine seeing that headline in a newspaper? Would it make you stop and read the accompanying article? If so, then this book is for you! Once again, Walt is involved in a paranormal case involving multiple spirits that assist him with several seemingly unrelated matters. End the end, Lady Justice prevails and Walt has another crazy case under his belt.
I loved the history that was brought into this one. I do like ghost stories and all so that i am sure helped me like this one as much as i did. I love that Walt is back to helping people without agenda, just trying to do his best. I laugh out loud when i think of Mary and her fried twinkie experience, that would most definitely have been me (only i never had one before) but i would have had more to say to that mother too... I thought it was funny about the ghosts making requests, but i do like how Walt was willing to just go with it, especially since the last book :)
"I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review."
I am not sure I have ever read a series of 24 books and loved them all before but "Lady Justice" fits that bill for me. Robert you have done it again. I LOVED this book. I find not only am I totally entertained by the great adventures of Walt and his crazy crew but I always learn something new and get a really good laugh too. This book gives a little insight into what to place during the Civil War in Jackson County MO. This was were my Great Grandfather was from. So it really spoke to me. Robert Thornhill has a real gift and I am so glad he is sharing it with the world. I listened to this book on Audible and George Kuch who has read all of this series once again is the voice of Walt! Thanks for all the hours of enjoyment. Keep them coming.
Another great story in this series. At first it was hard to see Ox take a back seat in these stories but I can see he's still around when needed. Love this story and again this narrator. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
A fun ghost story, I love Walt. A must listen. There is a lot history as well in this story. a really good book.
It's a “Doozy”!
I am a recent, now very eager, convert to the talent of George Kuch, the signature voice narrating the Lady Justice series penned by Robert Thornhill. His narration style is a tad more than just traditional reading and very entertaining. His deep voice changes in tone and energy to illustrate the personality and emotions of a plethora of rich characters including the very enjoyable first-person account of Walt Williams, septuagenarian retired Kansas City police officer. And as evident with Willie and a few Confederate soldiers, he offers a few accents. Ok, he isn't as successful with some of the delicate female voices, but his effort is noteworthy. I really enjoyed the audio version of Lady Justice and the Ghost Whisperer!
Ghost Whisperer? Yes, Robert Thornhill’s story offers four intriguing tales converging due to connections from beyond the veil. Due to a news story dubbing Walt and his brother-in-law Kevin as paranormal investigators, they are approached by several “kooks,” but when a friend, bribing with free pie, asks the two to just listen to his niece Mandy’s story, they at least agree to look into her claim her great, great grandmother appeared in her dream sharing the location of a locked box. From there they explore the Civil War history of the area—Union and Confederate troops, Battle of the Little Blue River, General Order #11, lands confiscated, families ripped apart—sending me on an informative Google journey. Enlisting the talents of Christopher Wheeler of Psychic Solutions, a docent at a haunted mansion and old jail, and his team of retired cops the paranormal meet the contemporary with an engaging tale of unfinished business, saving a business, stopping terrorist business, and offering new business opportunities. All were clever and the visions were not juvenile hocus-pocus…it all fit! The realism continues as Robert Thornhill himself is inserted as a character with whom Walt is friends and whose stories detail Walt’s adventures. Previous stories were referenced without spoilers providing background for some reoccurring characters and predicaments. All in all a very enjoyable three hours and fifty-two minutes!
Lady Justice and the Ghost Whisperer
: Robert Thornhill
I absolutely adored the historical elements that are featured as well as more current events, Walt Williams and the old gang are involved in this time. The listener is offered mystery, comedy, terrorists, history, adventure and helpful ghosts from the past. The Lady Justice series just keeps getting better and better. Robert Thornhill's imagination must be constantly in motion to offer the listener entertainment that engages and entertains. I've enjoyed this one so much I've listened to it 4 times!!!
The narration was well done. The characters were well portrayed. What can I saw about George Kuch? He is the greatest!!!
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.