Lady Justice on the Dark Side (Volume 19) (18 page)

LADY JUSTICE AND THE STING

 

 

BEST NEW MYSTERY NOVEL ---WINTER 2012

 

 

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    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.

    Maggie, Ox Willie, Mary and all your favorite characters are back to help Walt bring the criminals to justice in the most unorthodox ways.

    A dead-serious mystery with hilarious twists!

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LADY JUSTICE AND DR. DEATH

 

 

BEST NEW MYSTERY NOVEL --- FALL 2011

 

 

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    In
Lady Justice and Dr. Death
, a series of terminally ill patients are found dead under circumstances that point to a new Dr. Death practicing euthanasia in the Kansas City area.

    Walt and his entourage of scrappy seniors are dragged into the ‘right-to-die-with-dignity’ controversy.

    The mystery provides a light-hearted look at this explosive topic and death in general.

    You may see end-of-life issues in a whole new light after reading
Lady Justice and Dr. Death
!

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LADY JUSTICE AND THE VIGILANTE

 

 

BEST NEW MYSTERY NOVEL – SUMMER 2012

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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 element 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 leave you laughing and weeping!

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LADY JUSTICE AND THE WATCHERS

 

   
Suzanne Collins wrote
The Hunger Games
, Aldous Huxley wrote
Brave New World
and George Orwell wrote
1984
.

   
All three novels were about dystopian societies of the future.

   
In
Lady Justice and the Watchers
, Walt sees the world we live in today through the eyes of a group who call themselves ‘The Watchers.’

   
Oscar Levant said that there’s a fine line between genius and insanity.

   
After reading
Lady Justice and the Watchers
, you may realize as Walt did that there’s also a fine line separating the life of freedom that we enjoy today and the totalitarian society envisioned in these classic novels.

   
Quietly and without fanfare, powerful interests have instituted policies that have eroded our privacy, health and individual freedoms.

   
Is the dystopian society still a thing of the distant future or is it with us now disguised as a wolf in sheep’s clothing?

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LADY JUSTICE AND THE CANDIDATE

 

 

         BEST NEW MYSTERY NOVEL – FALL 2012

 

                                 

 

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    Will American politics always be dominated by the two major political parties or are voters longing for an Independent candidate to challenge the establishment?

    Everyone thought that the slate of candidates for the presidential election had been set until Benjamin Franklin Foster came on the scene capturing the hearts of American voters with his message of change and reform.

    Powerful interests intent on preserving the status quo with their bought-and-paid-for politicians were determined to take Ben Foster out of the race.

    The Secret Service comes up with a quirky plan to protect the Candidate and strike a blow for Lady Justice.

    Join Walt on the campaign trail for an adventure full of surprises, mystery, intrigue and laughs!

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