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Publisher's Summary

A badly burned body with a fresh incision and a missing kidney leads Walt into the clandestine world of an organ trader ring that has set up shop in Kansas City.
Walt is determined to bring to justice the bootleggers, who purchase body parts from the disadvantaged and sell them to people with means, until a relative from Maggie's past turns up needing a kidney to survive.
Once again, Walt discovers that very little in his world is black and white.
©2014 Robert Thornhill (P)2017 Robert Thornhill
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5 out of 5 stars
By Jan M on 01-15-18

Eye Opener!

I love how Robert Thornhill is able to write humor and current issues into one. The series of Lady Justice is appropriately titled. The relationship of Walt, Maggie, Ox, Judy, Willie is so special. Like the story said, sometimes life just doesn't make sense. The issue of Black Market Organ Trading is real and scary, but it makes one ponder to what means they would go. George Kuch continues to perform all of the characters with distinguishable voices. This team of author and narrator is so good. Kansas City is the setting of this series, and the imagery is very fitting. I love how each book is a standalone listen, yet has tidbits from previous books included. The inclusion of "Dead Man Walking" in regards to people on the organ donation list added humor to a grim subject. I requested this review copy audiobook and have voluntarily wrote this review. I will continue to listen to more books by this talented author and narrator. Choices are based on circumstances in our life.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Jennifer Mulder on 01-25-18

Good book

I really enjoyed this book up until the very end. Walt and the rest of the "gang" are always fun, not knowing what trouble they will get into next keeps the excitement there. I liked how this one involved more of Walts wife, and can totally understand his side of the whole shopping experience... been there done most of it... lol.

I gave the story only 4 stars because i didn't like the "reflections" at the end. I have my own opinions on all of that and felt like i was sitting through a lecture given by the author on his thoughts about a subject that can be very touchy and encompassed more than just the main topic of organ traders. Bringing in the topic of drugs in this opinion at the end just made me want to quit listening all together since it should be topics to be discussed, not lectured on.

I was given this book for an unbiased review.

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