When it's discovered that Burke Parker might
have been poisoned, the suspicion falls on his wife, his daughter, and
Maduk, the Indian who is his daughter's biological father.
Hawkman finds himself dealing with an Indian who's killed
once before, and an abused daughter and wife, all who have excellent
motives for murder.
She shut off the noise maker
and put a hand on her
hip. “Hawkman, if it weren’t for women, men would live in pigsties. And
not only that, there wouldn’t be any birthday celebrations, no Easter
bunny, no tooth fairies and probably no Christmas if it were left up to
the male population.”
He looked at her with furrowed brows. “What
that on? I didn’t say anything about holidays. I just wanted to read
the morning paper in peace.”
She waved her hand and flipped on the vacuum.
Hawkman finally exited to the deck. He’d no more gotten comfortable on
a lounge chair than Pretty Girl let out several loud squawks from the
Hawkman glanced at the falcon. “Good Lord, what’s
with you females today? Can’t a man have a little peace and quiet?”
Book 8 - Angels in Disguise