George and Maggie Hampton had
friends who died untimely deaths at Morning Glory Haven, a facility for
elderly and Hawkman is commissioned to look into this suspicious
Hawkman was skeptical at first, but soon discovers murder does not
happen in an old folk’s home.
Shadows in the Night...
codger sat on one of
the lower steps, so Hawkman leaned against the hand rail and studied
his face. “What’s your name?”
Hawkman held out his hand.
“Pleasure meeting you, Mr. Hampton.”
After they shook, he looked
up at Hawkman with sparkling, yet faded blue eyes. “Let’s not start
that formal stuff; call me George. I know you as Hawkman.” He raised
the mug, took a sip of the hot liquid and continued. “Granted, it’s
your nickname. Your real tag is Tom Casey, but I like Hawkman better,
so that’s what I intend to call ya.” He pointed to the sign at the top
of the stairs. “I’ve kept my eye on you ever since you came into this
town and hung your shingle above the doughnut shop.”
Book 13 - The Archer