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Lady Justice and the Book Club Murders Kindle Edition
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What made the experience of listening to Lady Justice and the Book Club Murders the most enjoyable?
This is just a darn good series. I can relate to Walt, I'm male, mid 60's! I am entertained by the plot and the loveable group that Walt surrounds himself with. There is a serious side yet lots of humorous antics too!
What other book might you compare Lady Justice and the Book Club Murders to and why?
Well, I've enjoyed all of the Lady Justice series, either read or listened to. I've reviewed at least ten of the Audible editions.
Have you listened to any of George Kuch’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
George is superb! His preparation going into projects shows in the quality he adds to them! He has been narrating on the entire series thus far.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
I savor, so I took a few breaks.
Any additional comments?
I have so much enjoyed the entire Lady Justice series. I'm in my mid 60's and strongly identify and admire Walt. The writing is exceptional, not high brow literature certainly, but intelligent, relevant, and funny!
I always ask myself after listening to an audio book, "Was it entertaining"? This most certainly was! I can't think of a better compliment than that.
A review copy was gifted to me at no charge. In return, I am happy to provide an honest review. Also at no charge.
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.
: Robert Thornhill
Walt and Ox are on the hunt for a serial killer called "The Librarian." All the supporting characters return in this next installment of Lady Justice series. The mystery, suspense, humor and romance will keep the listener fully engaged wanting to finish in one go. I've listened to this three times and it gets better and better.
The narration was well done. The characters were well portrayed. George Kuch is absolutely perfect for this series. I love listening to Lady Justice.
"I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review."
If you like to read murder mysteries you'll love the author's ability to humor you while keeping you glued to the storyline.
I've now read book number three in the Lady Justice series. I'm going to read everything this author has written in the Lady Justice series. I'm hooked on the characters in the series, I just need to figure out how I'm going to put off the things I need to do so I can get to the next book.
There are not many worse places I could imagine visiting than that of the mind of a serial killer. To see poor reviews about the concept being too graphic, too real, or to scary is just too ridiculous to me. This type of reader should simply refrain from reading about serial killers in case it gets too scary. It makes no sense to claim it seems too real or too frightening and give one or two stars because you were forced to sleep with the lights on for a few nights after. If anything, this shows the writer to be one heck on a clever and imaginative, talented author who happens to toss in enough humor in his books to give one a little break outside the killer’s mind.-by Renee Robinson