Lady Justice and the Class Reunion

Fiction - Mystery - General
252 Pages
Reviewed on 01/19/2014
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Author Biography

Award-winning author, Robert Thornhill, began writing at the age of sixty-six and in four short years has penned fifteen novels in the Lady Justice mystery/comedy series, the seven volume Rainbow Road series of chapter books for children, a cookbook and a mini-autobiography.

Lady Justice and the Sting, Lady Justice and Dr. Death, Lady Justice and the Vigilante, Lady Justice and the Candidate, Lady Justice and the Book Club Murders and Lady Justice and the Cruise Ship Murders won the Pinnacle Award for the best new mystery novels of Fall 2011, Winter 2012, Summer 2012, Fall 2012, Spring of 2013 and Summer 2013 from the National Association of Book Entrepreneurs.

Many of Walt’s adventures in the Lady Justice series are anecdotal and based on Robert’s real life.

Although Robert holds a master’s in psychology, he has never taken a course in writing and has never learned to type. All 26 of his published books were typed with one finger and a thumb!

His wit and insight come from his varied occupations, including thirty-three years as a real estate broker. He lives with his wife, Peg, in Independence, Missouri.
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    Book Review

Reviewed by Lee Ashford for Readers' Favorite

Lady Justice and the Class Reunion by Robert Thornhill is yet another exciting episode of the law enforcement escapades of Walt Williams and his partner, Ox. Contacted out of the blue by an old High School classmate, Walt is roped into being on the 50th Class Reunion planning committee. Little did he suspect he and Ox would be on duty while at the reunion, hoping to capture a shooting suspect. Add to that the mysterious letters which kept appearing under their windshield wipers, offering vital information about a major drug kingpin in Kansas City, and you’ve got a pair of mighty busy officers. The bullets fly in this story, and the action is non-stop. Once again, Walt narrowly escapes death as he protects and serves the people of Kansas City.

Lady Justice and the Class Reunion is proof that Robert Thornhill just keeps getting better and better. This is one of the best of his books that I’ve read so far. The content of this story is especially timely and relevant, and should serve as a wake-up call to all who read it. The story is fiction, but the premise is all too real. Thornhill has masterfully blended humor and tragedy to bring awareness of a horrible practice to the attention of his readers. Lady Justice and the Class Reunion is a great story, but it should send a chill up your spine to realize the steps drug smugglers will take to bring their illegal product into our country. This story is a definite must-read for everybody. Robert Thornhill is a genius.