Their vacation plans are soon shipwrecked by the murder of two fellow passengers.
The murders appear to be linked to a century-old legend involving a cache of gold stolen from a prospector and buried by two thieves.
Their seven day cruise is spent hunting for the gold and eluding the modern day thieves intent on possessing it at any cost.
Another nail-biting mystery that will have you on the edge of your seat one minute and laughing out loud the next.
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By Norma Miles on 27-10-17
Friends in high places
When Walt's partner, Ox and new wife Judy, invite the Williams to join them on a late honeymoon cruise to Alaska, the two couples are looking forward to some peace and relaxation. Not going to happen. With his comedic style, and excellent characterisation, Robert Thornhill again provides an entertaining and informative story to brighten even the coldest day. A comedy of errors.
Once again narrated by the excellent George Kuch, with his intimate style of speaking direct to the listener, he is the 69 years old police officer relating what happened to a friend.
Superb entertainment throughout and an (audio)visual trip through Alaskan trails.
I have to confess to being an avid fan of the Lady Justice series. I have enjoyed every one especially the Audiobooks. They are funny, thought provoking, filled with fascinating anecdotes and people, with at least one good mystery buried in each book. Add in the superb narration - well, they shouldn't be missed.
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By Wayne on 08-09-17
This is the second of three audio books in the Lady Justice series I listened to back to back. The novel is about an Alaska 7 night cruise on a Holland America ship. There are two murders that protagonist Walt Williams and his merry band must find and the intended victims they must protect. On shore in Skagway there is also buried gold to be found. The novel is great fun and the narration is perfect.
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By in1ear (John Row) on 23-06-17
Alaska Cruise, a REAL Top Chef and... Murders!
Would you listen to Lady Justice and the Cruise Ship Murders again? Why?
This is THE legit question! As expensive as Recorded Audible books are, they should be "relistenable"! Good News! The Lady Justice series including "Cruise Ship Murders" are creative enough and performed well enough to fit the bill!
What did you like best about this story?
It incorporates "real life" references and people. For example, real life Top Chef Marcus Sammuelson actually did a stint on cruise ships. He is mentioned, certain aspects of towns and cities in Alaska. Airline travel nightmares!. Lol
Which character – as performed by George Kuch – was your favorite?
Walt, the main character. But I have to say how much fun George Kuch brings to the whole performance! This is a very good series and George's performance elevates it even higher!
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
You will want to, but my suggestion is to savor it.
Any additional comments?
I step away after each listening to the Lady Justice books so pleased at how entertaining they are. I appreciate the characters, the plot and stories, the humor...
I'm looking forward to more entries in the ongoing series! I have most of the works as Kindle editions and have listened and reviewed all of the Audible versions thus far.
Thanks for the opportunity to listen and offer my opinions on this work!
A review copy was gifted to me at no charge. In return, I am happy to provide an honest review. Also at no charge.
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