Three events: Cherry Hill, N.J.; Clinton, N.J.; Bethlehem, Pa.

I’ll be among great writers at the upcoming events:

 

 Oct. 14: Fall Book Fest at the Cherry Hill Mall, 2000 Route 38. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Info: http://www.brokenbarspublishing. com

Nov. 5: By the Book, Beaver Brook County Club, 20 Country Club Lane,. Clinton, NJ. A full day: Opens at 8 a.m.; Children’s book panel from 9 to 10:30 p.m.; Author and Illustrator Alley, 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.; Lunch; Adult book panel, 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.

Info: http://www.EventPop.biz.

Nov. 18: Greater Lehigh Valley Writer’s Group Author Day, 2 to 4 p.m. at Barnes & Noble, Southmont Center, (Off Rt. 33) Bethlehem, Pa.

I’ll have for sale and discussion the Frank Nagler Mysteries: THE SWAMPS OF JERSEY; A GAME CALLED DEAD; AND THE WEIGHT OF LIVING, published by Imzadi Publishing of Tulsa:

 

“The Swamps of Jersey,” 2014. The discovery of a mutilated body in the Old Iron Bog leads Nagler into a spiraling case of murder and politics that has him wondering about the possible involvement of his companions. The case also echoes an investigation into a serial killer years before that made Nagler famous in Ironton, N.J. and makes him ask if a copy cat had emerged. Deeply drawn characters and settings. Follow the investigation through Nagler’s eyes as he tried to end the killing.

 

“A Game Called Dead,” 2016: Two college women are beaten during a night time attack and one later dies. They are players in a campus game called The Hunter’s Lair, but better known as A Game Called Dead. Is that what contributed to the attack, or is it something else? When acts of urban terrorism arise, a taunting Internet character named #ARMAGEDDON claims the acts. “There are rules to this game, and you need to learn them quickly,” he declares. The plot is a game, fast and changing. Each side is acting, reacting and acting again as Nagler leads the elaborate trap to catch a killer. “A Game Called Dead” was a Runner-Up in the 2016 Shelf Unbound Indie Author contest.

 

“The Weight of Living” (2017) The police find a young girl standing in a grocery store parking lot on a cold March night. Maybe she is homeless, the police think, but a phone call to a hotline declaring “She is six,” leads Ironton, N.J. Detective Frank Nagler to a different conclusion. The trail drags Nagler into the century-old and horrible history of a local family which includes the companion of his closest friend, and an old nun who taught Nagler in elementary school. This is a fast-paced, intense thriller. The characters are damaged by a dark past and are fighting to free themselves from the control of a shadowy villain.

 

 

 

About michaelstephendaigle

I have been writing most of my life. I have written at least three complete novels, have three others started and on my website michaelstephendaigle.com is the draft chapter of the latest effort,"The Swamps of Jersey."
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