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The Justice

Written by: James Patterson, Aaron Cooley
Narrated by: Sanaa Lathan, David Rasche, Susan Kelechi Watson, Cynthia Addai-Robinson, Luke Tennie, full cast
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Publisher's Summary

Justice Beth Garner (Sanaa Lathan) just landed the appointment of a lifetime—a seat on the Supreme Court. Now a mysterious company is blackmailing her for her vote on a landmark case.

Caught up in the checkered past of her hero and mentor, Chief Justice Clayton Erlenborn, Beth must cunningly maneuver through a dangerous web of secrets, deception, and cold-blooded murder. Armed with only her moral compass and unflinching nerve, she’s up against a sinister world full of undercover agents, domestic terrorists, and black ops assassins—all of whom want her to comply or die.

With her career and her life on the line, Beth must race to uncover the truth before it’s too late.

From master storyteller James Patterson, The Justice is a fully immersive Audible Original thriller that takes spellbinding action to the highest court in the land.

©2024 James Patterson (P)2024 Audible Originals, LLC.

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Great Short Story and Cast

This is a fantastic short story thriller, it was compelling and consistently evolving. I loved the plot twists and the full cast production truly brought this story to life.

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Great short story

As the title says, it is great. Voice acting/audio is very good. Would love more stories following the lead in the future.

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The voices knew their craft

Suspenseful and engaging. Did not see that ending coming. Enjoyed the actors. Worth the listen.

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very entertaining

Great performances for this short, fast-paced story. Just like old school radio drama, this kept me company while I was cooking!

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Too much whispering and sudden loud noises

I typically really enjoy the high production value of these Audible sets where it’s like you’re watching a movie/TV show. All characters are acted by different voices with sounds and music. The problem here is that there are far too many very low voice conversations where the actors are whispering to each other, or are supposed to be in different rooms, etc. Unless you’re wearing earphone, there’s no chance you’re going to hear anything. So you crank up the volume to try to catch some of what is being said, only to be reaching for the volume button again due to sudden loud noises like someone slamming their hand on a table. It’s very unpleasant.
As for the story, it’s ok. Enjoyable as a short story.

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