Very excited to announce THE SWAMPS OF JERSEY is now available as an audio book at Amazon, Audible and iTunes.
Thanks to Anita and Janice at Imzadi Publishing for their efforts. They show how much a small publishing house can accomplish, and I am forever grateful.
The Audible version of the book is available at:
The book was read and produced by Lee Alan, a 35-year professional voice actor, artist, writer, composer, producer and published author.
According to his website, he is a Peabody Award Nominee, winner of 14 Silver Microphone Awards and a former ABC Radio and Television performer, program executive.
His site: http://www.leealancreative.com/.
“The Swamps of Jersey” (2014) is about political corruption and murder.
The central character is Frank Nagler, a cop, whose troubled heart is ever present.
Nagler is called out on stormy night to investigate the report of a dead woman in the Old Iron Bog. It is the first event in a chain of events that set the hard-luck city of Ironton, N.J. on edge. Besides the possible murder, the city was flooded when a week-long storm settled in and wrecked homes, businesses, and streets, and Nagler is trying to make sense of a series of letters that claim to expose theft of city funds, except they are so incomplete he wonders if it is really so.
Then there is Lauren Fox, a woman sent to Ironton to jump-start economic development. She and Nagler are attracted to one another and begin to become serious when she leaves town without an explanation. Nagler was an emotional recluse following the death of his wife years before. They had been childhood sweethearts, and her death crushed Nagler.
Also in paperback and ebooks: A GAME CALLED DEAD (2016). A Runner -up in the 2016 Shelf Unbound Indie Book Contest.
THE WEIGHT OF Living (2017). First Place for Mysteries in the 2017 Royal Dragonfly Book Awards Contest.
The Frank Nagler books are available at the following New Jersey libraries:
Brick (Ocean County Library System) Mountainside; Morris County Library; Somerset County Library System; Bernardsville Public Library; Hunterdon County Public Library; Mount Olive Public Library; Phillipsburg; Warren County, Franklin branch and Independence branch; Mount Arlington; Wharton; Dover; Hackettstown; Clark, Parsippany and the Ramsey library, as part of the Bergen County Cooperative Library System; The Palmer (Pa.) Branch of the Easton Public Library; Deptford Free Public Library and Franklin Township Library (Gloucester Co.), New Providence Memorial Library; Associated Libraries of Monroe County, Pa.
The Frank Nagler mysteries are available online at: