Mystery/Comedy Author Releases Volume #13 in his Lady Justice Series
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 Mystery/Comedy Author Releases Volume #13 in his Lady Justice Series 
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INDEPENDENCE, Mo. – In the compelling latest addition to his Lady Justice series, Lady Justice and the Assassin, award-winning author, Robert Thornhill, brings back all the characters readers have come to love for more hilarity and higher stakes.

 

 

Two radical groups have joined together for a common purpose --- to kill the President of the United States, and they're looking for the perfect person to do the job.

 

Not a cold-blooded killer or a vicious assassin, but a model citizen, far removed from the watchful eyes of Homeland Security.

 

When the president comes to Kansas City, the unlikely trio of Walt, Willie and Louie the Lip find themselves knee-deep in the planned assassination.

 

Join our heroes for another suspenseful mystery and lots of laughs!

 

Christina Fullerton-Jones of Independence, Mo. writes:

No one can accuse author Robert Thornhill of not being relevant.

 

Fast-paced and humorous, the reader will find himself racing through the pages to see how Walt and his friends once again bring down all the bad people and restore justice to their corner of the world.

 

The newest mystery comedy in the Walt Williams series, Lady Justice and the Assassin, mixes the topical concerns of a still sluggish economy; the middle class being driven into poverty; and the perceived trampling of civil liberties, in particular those protected by the 2nd Amendment. The story combines the forces of two groups to hatch a plot to assassinate the president and vice-president.

 

The man chosen for the task, normally a patriotic American who never even had a speeding ticket, is presented the opportunity to reclaim all his possessions and set his family onto the path of solvency by doing just one small task for the alliance: shoot the president. Will he do it? Additionally, Walt and his partner, Ox, deal with daily crime and life in Kansas City, MO: recruitment for members in a black gang and the strange shaving of pedigree dogs.

 

The combination of these simultaneous cases makes for fun reading. This book has all the old stand-by characters that readers have come to love in the earlier editions.

 

 

The first twelve novels in the award-winning author's series, Lady Justice Takes A C.R.A.P. City Retiree Action Patrol, Lady Justice and the Lost Tapes, Lady Justice Gets Lei’d, Lady Justice and the Avenging Angels, Lady Justice and the Sting, Lady Justice and Dr. Death, Lady Justice and the Vigilante, Lady Justice and the Watchers, Lady Justice and the Candidate, Lady Justice and the Book Club Murders, Lady Justice and the Cruise Ship Murders and Lady Justice and the Class Reunion are currently available through bookstores, online and on the author’s website.

 

 

Award-winning author, Robert Thornhill, began writing at the age of sixty-six, and in three short years has penned thirteen 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.

 

 

The fifth, sixth, seventh and ninth novels in his Lady Justice series, Lady Justice and the Sting, Lady Justice and Dr. Death, Lady Justice and the Book Club Murders and Lady Justice and the Candidate, won the Pinnacle Achievement Award from the National Association of Book Entrepreneurs as the best mystery novels for fall of 2011, winter of 2012, summer of 2012 and fall of 2012.

 

 

Robert holds a master’s degree in psychology, but his wit and insight come from his varied occupations including thirty years as a real estate broker.

 

He lives with his wife, Peg, in Independence, Mo.

 

 

For more information, visit Robert on the web at http://booksbybob.com

booksbybob@hotmail.com

660-383-6011

 

 

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