LOIS LANE TELLS ALL
In Hawkins' return to Glory, N.C., we meet a lot of old pals and some new ones in this very readable romance. The town is quaint, the senior murder club cute and the storyline and our heroine the equal of Lois herself. The characters are a bit contrived, but they're still fun. Fans of the first book set in Glory will be pleased.
When Susan runs an editorial about it, someone cuts her brake lines and cuts a hole in her boat. Of course, this being Glory, the assisted-living murder club gang is also investigating the story. Things are heating up, especially between Susan and Mark, who are generating enough sparks to start a fire. (POCKET STAR, Apr., 330 pp., $7.99)