Lady Justice and the Book Club Murders : Lady Justice

  • by Robert Thornhill
  • Narrated by George Kuch
  • Series: Lady Justice
  • 5 hrs and 14 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Members of the Midtown Book Club are found murdered.
It is just the beginning of a series of deaths that lead Walt and Ox into the twisted world of a serial killer. In the late 1960's, the Zodiac Killer claimed to have killed 37 people and was never caught - the perfect crime.
Oscar Roach, dreamed of being the next serial killer to commit the perfect crime. He left a calling card with each of his victims - a mystery novel, resting in their blood-soaked hands.
The media dubbed him "The Librarian". Walt and the Kansas City Police are baffled by the cunning of this vicious killer and fear that he has indeed committed the perfect crime. Or did he?
Walt and his wacky senior cohorts prove, once again, that life goes on in spite of the carnage around them.
The perfect blend of murder, mayhem, and merriment.


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What was one of the most memorable moments of Lady Justice and the Book Club Murders?

This time Walt Williams and Partner Ox are on a mission to stop a killer who commits the perfect crime. Fast Paced Thriller which leaves you thinking; exactly what does it take to pull off the perfect crime and not get caught? Fantastic page turner .

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- mani

Loved it!

The author provided me with a complimentary copy of this audiobook with no expectation of a review.

Lady Justice and the Book Club Murders is a book about a clever serial killer that poses his victims and leaves a different book at each crime scene to taunt the police. Each book provides the police with clues about the murders and hints about murders yet to come.

Walt Williams and his partner, Ox, work to solve the mystery and find out who the killer is and do so with their usual comedic flair. The author did a great job peppering the book with enough information about various serial killers to make the mystery interesting, while still keeping the witty banter between the characters to make it a lighthearted read.

The narrator, George Kuch, as usual, did an amazing job bringing the characters to life. At one point, there's a noticeable change in his voice. Almost as though perhaps he wasn't feeling well or something. It was noticeable because it's never happened in any of the other books. His voice just seemed flat, like his heart just really wasn't into reading just then. Other than that, it was a great performance as always. And even that one spot didn't last very long.
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- naiveblueeyes08

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-15-2017
  • Publisher: Robert Thornhill