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Michael Stephen Daigle is a writer and journalist who lives in New Jersey with his family.

IMG_4818Daigle was born in Philadelphia, and has lived in several states in the Northeast United States, where he was an award-winning journalist, including time at Waterville Sentinel, Waterville Maine, the Courier-News of Bridgewater, N.J., and the Daily Record of Parsippany, N.J.

He has published an electronic collection of stories, “The Resurrection of Leo,” and a single story about baseball and teen-agers, “The Summer of the Homerun.”

Daigle is a member of the Mystery Writers of America, the Greater Lehigh Valley Writer Group and the Phillipsburg Library Writers Group.

 

He publishes at www.michaelstephendaigle.com.

Contact:

Michael Stephen Daigle

10 Aurora Street

Phillipsburg, NJ 08865

908.619.6393

michaelstephendaigle@hotmail.com

www.michaelstephendaigle.com

He is the author of the award-winning Frank Nagler Mystery series, published by Imzadi Publishing, LLC of Tulsa, Okla. “The Swamps of Jersey,” 2014; the sequel, “A Game Called Dead,” 2016, and named a Shelf Unbound Best Indie Book Runner-up, 2016; “The Weight of Living”, 2017, was awarded First Place in the 2017 Royal Dragonfly Book Awards; named a Distinguished Favorite in the Independent Press Awards, 2018; a Distinguished Favorite in the Big NYC Book Awards, 2018; and a Notable Indie in the Shelf Unbound Best Indie Book Awards, 2018.

The latest book in the series, “The Red Hand,” was published in 2019.

The books follow the investigations of Detective Frank Nagler and take place in the fictional city of Ironton, N.J.

 

Kirkus Reviews (2019): “One of modern fiction’s expertly drawn detectives.”

 

My books:

 

“The Swamps of Jersey,” (2014) is about political corruption and murder, and I attempted to write it in real time, that is to say, reflecting some of the activities that mark

THE SWAMPS OF JERSEY

The first Frank Nagler mystery. Available at Amazon, Nook, Kobo and Wal-Mart

our present lives that carry some universal meaning, but use them in a story that is broad and wide, and with luck, filled with the lives of characters struggling to make sense of troubled times. 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.

“Beautiful writing with a dark plot: murder and dirty politics in a down and out city in New Jersey. Detective Frank Nagler, native son of this city, is a worn down, gritty character with a deeply buried sensitive side.”

“Characters are immediately human, complex and draw the reader into the decaying city they call home. The author has a way with infusing the prose with metaphors and similes that bring a scene to life and work on several levels. If you enjoy literary mysteries with well-crafted plots, this book is for you.”

 

DEADCOVER715“A Game Called Dead,” (2016) was named a Runner-Up in the Shelf Unbound 2016 Indie Book Contest.

Ironton, N.J., is still a city struggling with its economic and rebuilding troubles, but new heroes emerge. Meanwhile a break-in at the local college leaves two women badly beaten, and one later dies. Following a series of criminal acts in the city, including several that damage the book store owned by Leonard, Nagler’s friend, the story takes on a sinister twist.  The title comes from the students’ name for a video game that has taken on a real-world life. They call it “A Game Called Dead.”

The story is tense and propulsive.

“What a great story! Not the typical mystery since there were pretty obvious hints from the beginning. The characters were well developed and the book created an emotional connection too.”

“Set in the down-but-not-out city of Ironton, New Jersey, this rather hard-boiled cop story also examines the topics of violence on college campuses and nepotism within city departments. This is the second in the Frank Nagler series and shows the growth of the writer; it’s an enjoyable novel with a good ending.”

“The Weight of Living” (2017): A young girl is found in a grocery store Dumpster on a cold March night wearing just shorts and a tank top. She does not speak to either weigjht.goldwinning coverDetective Frank Nagler, the social worker called to the scene, or later to a nun, who is an old friend of Nagler’s.

What appears to be a routine search for the girl’s family turns into a generational hell that drags Nagler into an examination of a decades old death of a young girl, and the multi-state crime enterprise of the shadow ringmaster.

The deeper Nagler looks, the more he and his companions are endangered, until the shocking climax that leaves Nagler questioning his actions to both solve the crimes and heal his damaged soul.

The story is entangled, deeply involving and holds an emotional grip.

“The Weight of Living.” was awarded FIRST PLACE for Mysteries in the 2017 Royal Dragonfly Book Contest; was named a NOTABLE 100 Book in the 2018 Shelf Unbound Indie Book Contest; was named a DISTINGUISHED FAVORITE in the 2018 Independent Press Awards; a DISTINGUISHED FAVORITE in the 2018 Big NYC Book Contest; and a FINALIST in the Book Excellence Awads, 2019.

“The Weight of Living didn’t disappoint. It presents a mystery that kept me guessing until the very end. The crime involves stones that many influential people would like to see unturned, stones that have kept secrets buried for generations. Despite grave opposition and at personal cost, Nagler, driven by his moral code, compassion, and commitment to help the helpless, keeps digging until his and his worthy cohorts have uncovered the truth.”

“Daigle hits his stride in this third Frank Nagler Mystery. The characters are strong and convincing, and the plot is unpredictable, with sudden twists that take even a careful reader by surprise. The setting is dark, unsettling and gritty, a northern NJ city caught up in the aftermath of decades-long political corruption and financial hardships. Detective Frank Nagler is the last honest man in this city, the white knight who defends the weak and downtrodden. Of the three books in the series, this is the one that pulls out all the stops … (it’s through) this juxtaposition of the dark and light that the exquisite tension of the story builds.”

“The Red Hand,” (2019): It’s the time of pay phones, fax machines and piles of paperwork.

REDHANDWITHNYCASWARDAnd in Ironton, N.J., nine women have been killed, their deaths played out over months as fear grows in the city.

Into this scenario is newly-minted Detective Frank Nagler, eager to take on the task of finding the killer, but daunted by the description supplied by the medical examiner: “What we have here is an experiment in death.”

“The Red Hand” is a prequel to the award-winning Frank Nagler Mystery series. Among the characters we meet are Charlie Adams, a teenage hoodlum and Martha Nagler, Frank’s wife, whose love carries him through the bad times ahead.

Can an old-style detective story capture a modern audience?

It can if it is filled with characters that resonate, has a love story for the ages, settings that carry weight and is layered with issues that raise the story above the everyday.

It’s gritty, moving, probably confounding, but it resonates.

Women are missing. Missing would imply a willingness to leave.

Women are not missing: They were taken.

“The Red Hand by Michael Stephen Daigle is a gritty, raw, and enticing murder mystery that features the rookie detective Frank Nagler. This is a prequel to several other books in the series and really lays out what kind of person Nagler is. This is a great stand alone book, but you should certainly avail yourself of the other books in the series as well. We follow the story of a serial killer in a run down New Jersey town, one filled with desperation but also hope. The writing is substantial, the characters are all interesting and well described, and the plot itself is fascinating. Truly a story about overcoming and trying to survive against overwhelming forces like corruption, terror, and more, this is a substantial book that will keep your attention from the beginning until the end. Daigle writes with a confident tone, one which handles the subject matter with expertise and finesse. Highly recommend.”

“The Red Hand was named a DISTINGUISHED FAVORITE in the 2019 Big NYC Book Contest and was a SECOND PLACE WINNER OR MYTERIES in the 2019 Royal Dragon Book Awards.

 

An Anthology edition continues, the full texts of “The Swamps of Jersey,” “A Game Called anthologycoverDead,” and “The Weight of Living.”

Books available at:

 

https://www.amazon.com/Michael-Stephen-Daigle/e/B00P5WBOQC?ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1&qid=1575151320&sr=8-1

https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-red-hand-michael-stephen-daigle/1132368097

and Kobo.com an Walmart.com

An audio version of “The Swamps of Jersey” is available at Amazon.com and Itunes.com

Other contacts: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/michaelstephendaigle

https://www.facebook.com/authordaigle

 

Twitter: @50eagle50

Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-daigle-80606311/

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/9833778.Michael_Stephen_Daigle

Kirkus Pro Page: https://www.kirkusreviews.com/author/michael-stephen-daigle/preview/

I have been added to the database  Contemporary Authors, published by the Gale Company. https://www.gale.com/c/contemporary-authors-online.

Please visit my listing at AuthorsBooking.com: https://www.authorbookings.com/members/michael-daigle

 

I have had four shorter works recorded by talented voice artist Diane Havens as part of a monthly promotional  effort.  These are available for listening through my website.

The short link is http://wp.me/1mc2c.

Seek the listing, “Recordings.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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