The fifth and sixth novels in the series, Lady Justice and the Sting and Lady Justice and Dr. Death, won the Pinnacle Award for the Best New Mystery Novels for the Fall of 2011 and the Winter of 2012.
A vigilante is stalking the streets of Kansas City administering his own brand of justice when the justice system fails.
Criminals are being executed right under the noses of the police department.
A new recruit to the City Retiree Action Patrol steps up to help Walt and Ox bring an end to his reign of terror.
But not everyone wants the vigilante stopped. His bold reprisals against the criminal elements of Kansas City have inspired the average citizen to take up arms and defend themselves.
As the body count mounts, public opinion is split.
Is it justice or is it murder?
A moral dilemma that will keep you laughing and weeping.
Sheri Wilkinson writes: “Walt Williams and his gang are back.
It seems a citizen is taking the law into his own hands and criminals are suddenly found murdered.
The public seems to be split on cheering on this vigilante or wanting him brought to justice.
Adding to this, one of Walt's friends finds themselves in trouble trying to defend both home and self.
Soon Walt is on the search for the Vigilante, while trying to help his friend out of a legal bind.
Will Walt and the Gang get to solve this crime or will the vigilante prevail?
Robert Thornhill knows how to spin a suspenseful thought provoking tale, with lovable characters, a bit of comedy and a lot of controversy and leaves you wondering what truly is right and what is wrong.
Everyone has an opinion and Mr. Thornhill really makes the reader think about what would he do if he were in that situation.
I eagerly anticipate the next installment of the Lady Justice series, Don't stop now Bob....I see a T.V. series out of this!!!!!”
Robert has just released the tenth volume in the series, Lady Justice and the Book Club Murders.
Robert is also the author of the Rainbow Road series of chapter books for children.