Lady Justice and the Sting

  • by Robert Thornhill
  • Narrated by George Kuch
  • 4 hrs and 57 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In Lady Justice and the Sting, a holistic physician is murdered and Walt becomes entangled in the high-powered world of pharmaceutical giants and corrupt politicians.
The Kansas City Police Department and the FBI join forces and Walt goes undercover in a "sting" operation in order to expose those involved in this tangled web of intrigue, and in doing so, becomes the target of a vicious assassin.
Maggie, Ox, Willie, Mary, and all your favorite characters are back to help Walt bring the criminals to justice in the most unorthodox ways.
Another dead-serious mystery with hilarious twists.


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Stinging Fun

I really enjoyed this book. The story was engaging, educational, and over the top FUN. I can not speak highly enough about Thornhill's ability to both entertain AND increase awareness.

In addition to rubbing elbows with some of the funniest characters in audiobooks, we are taken on an exhilarating, high stakes ride to the world of the pharmaceutical industry its unsavory connection to politics. While I have great appreciation for the historical use of herbs in apothecary, the business of prescription drugs has evolved into a synthetic madness and a network of avarice that does not benefit the sick or the general public. Thornhill totally takes delivers this message in a way that does not make you feel depressed. Instead you feel motivated to do something on a grassroots level-- and to try out another installment of Lady Justice; Lady Justice and Dr. Death for example.

My only "stinging" comment is that one or two of Thornhill's characters are a bit overly stereotypical in a way that detracts from the story. A few things happened or were said or described in ways that seemed to serve a purpose other than "story." At the very least they had the effect of listening to a lovely song on "wax/LP" and then suddenly being jarred with a "skip." Any more elaboration may inadvertently" lead" readers of this review, which is not my intent. I simply wanted to explain the "overall" rating of 3 stars.

Narrator George Kuch knocks it out as if the story were his. *This is a sidebar only and has no weight on my review of Kuch: For some reason, listening to his voice makes me think of a tall, strong guy, but the main character often references how his short and rather small stature.
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- espanolish ""It is the business of the times to change...and the business of gentlemen to change with them." ~Amor Towles in "Rules of Civility""

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The adventures keeps goingwith Walt and the gang! In this audiobook of the Lady Justice series, Robert Thornhill tackles a very serious topic, but also injects humor at every turn.

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- mani

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-16-2017
  • Publisher: Robert Thornhill