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Monday, March 13, 2017
Lady Justice on the dark side by Robert Tornhill-my review
This mystery/comedy caught my attention from the beginning to the end, so I gave it five stars on Amazon and GoodReads. This book is for the young and older young people. The main character Walt struggles with changes in his life brought about getting shot in the key-stir. Not willing to leave his wife a widow when they should be enjoying their retirement years, he resigns from the police department. His wife Maggie is still selling real estate leaving him alone. Boredom soon catches up to him, enter his brother in law that worked as a unlicensed P.I. but was known to skirt the law to solve his cases. Being by the book, police officer, Walt has a hard time blending his style into what Walt knows is right and wrong. Walt soon learns there is two sides of Lady Justice, the one he had always been on called the light side, The other side of Lady Justice wore Fish net stockings, short skirts, and high heels, she didn't worry about crossing the line to solve a crime and to bring to justice the perpetrator by whatever means work. Throughout the story Walt struggles with right way and the wrong way but both served justice in their own way.
I would recommend this book to anyone that likes a little comedy mixed with mystery. The main thing I got out of the story is the eternal struggle by the people that try to protect us and the desire for justice to be done no matter how it gets done, just so it gets done.
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