Lady Justice and the Cruise Ship Murders

  • by Robert Thornhill
  • Narrated by George Kuch
  • 4 hrs and 59 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Ox and Judy are off to Alaska on a honeymoon cruise and invite Walt and Maggie to tag along.
Their vacation plans are soon shipwrecked by the murder of two fellow passengers.
The murders appear to be linked to a century-old legend involving a cache of gold stolen from a prospector and buried by two thieves.
Their seven day cruise is spent hunting for the gold and eluding the modern day thieves intent on possessing it at any cost.
Another nail-biting mystery that will have you on the edge of your seat one minute and laughing out loud the next.


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Great story!

This is the second of three audio books in the Lady Justice series I listened to back to back. The novel is about an Alaska 7 night cruise on a Holland America ship. There are two murders that protagonist Walt Williams and his merry band must find and the intended victims they must protect. On shore in Skagway there is also buried gold to be found. The novel is great fun and the narration is perfect.
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- Wayne

Cruising with Goldrush History

Robert Thornhill's shtick is educating through the craft of storytelling. He doesn't fail in this installment, giving us a well-limned backdrop of Alaska and the Pacific. Thornhill steers away from politics, food and drugs this time, and takes a refreshing and historical detour to the gold rush. Along the way, he divvies out tips and tricks of cruising.

I didn't find the guest characters as interesting as those presented in previous installments. Also the believability factor took a dip. Still, Thornhill does not disappoint, even giving a not so subtle but all appropriate shoutouts to an Alaskan cruise ship captain and Master Chef Marcus Samuelsson. Eating the celebrity chef's signature fare must indeed have been a treat for Thornhill and his wife during their real-life cruise. My mouth was definitely watering under Thornhill's take-no-prisoners descriptions.

George Kuch delivers a personable performance that is so convincing, I am sure Walt Williams is a character in real life. 😊
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- espanolish

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-22-2017
  • Publisher: Robert Thornhill