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I am a writer. Have been my whole life. I wrote short stories and bad poetry has a teen-ager. Then my first novel at 22 and another at 24.

The first one needs work.

The second one became the start of the Frank Nagler mystery series, now into the third book, published by Imzadi Publishing of Tulsa.

I was a print journalist for many  years, starting at weekly newspapers in Massachusetts and Maine, and then dailies, in Maine and New Jersey.
I learned how to write at  newspapers.  There is nothing more focusing than writing 800 words on a 45-minute deadline, nor anything as exciting as responding to breaking news, planning the coverage in an instant and seeing the plan come together as talented colleagues  perform their craft.

Why the long delay in getting to the fiction that I wanted to write? Because being a newspaper guy was as satisfying a career has I could have had, and writing on the diverse topics I was exposed to over that career filled me up. I jumped at the chance to take on the subjects and tried to write with clarity, conviction and heart. Some of those topics are seen on this site under “Commentary.”

Contact: michaelstephendaigle@hotmail.com
908.619.6393

I am also on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/michaelstephendaigle

LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=38948550&trk=nav_responsive_tab_profile

Follow me also on Twitter @50eagle50.

 The Greater Lehigh Valley Writers Group. 

https://greaterlehighvalleywritersgroup.wildapricot.org

The Liberty States Fictions Writers.  http://www.libertystatesfictionwriters.com

and  Mystery Writers of America.

UPDATE:
“The Weight of Living,” the third Frank Nagler mystery, was  released April 25, 2017  by Imzadi Publishing. It is an intense thriller that has Detective  Frank Nagler facing a ruthless killer with a long history of graphic crimes.

 

Summary: 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 Ironton, N.J. Detective 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 “suicide” 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.Summary

“A Game Called Dead,” the sequel to “The Swamps of Jersey,” was  released by Imzadi Publishing (www.imzadipublishing.com) on Jan. 7, 2016.

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“A Game Called Dead” was a runner-up in the Shelf Unbound Media 2016 Best Indie Book contest.

Amazon  paperback:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1944653007?keywords=game%20called%20dead&qid=1452179426&ref_=sr_1_1&sr=8-1

Kindle:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01AAKHH9G?keywords=game%20called%20dead&qid=1452179426&ref_=sr_1_2&sr=8-2

Kobo: https://store.kobobooks.com/en-us/ebook/a-game-called-dead

Also at http://www.walmart.com and http://www.barnesandnoble.com

DEADCOVER715The story of Frank Nagler picks up two years after “Swamps.”  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 Swamps of Jersey” was published by Imzadi Publishing LLC on Nov. 1, 2014.

Paperback: http://www.amazon.com/Swamps-Jersey-Michael-Stephen-Daigle/dp/0990846512/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1414853157&sr=8-2&keywords=michael+stephen+daigle

Kindle: http://www.amazon.com/Swamps-Jersey-Michael-Stephen-Daigle-ebook/dp/B00P2XO98Y/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1414853157&sr=8-1&keywords=michael+stephen+daigle

Also available at Barnes and Noble stores through their website and online at http://www.barnesandnoble.com

Now at kobo: https://store.kobobooks.com/en-US/search?Query=The+Swamps+of+Jersey

Also at walmart.com

coverquotes2 “The Swamps of Jersey” is about political corruption and I attempted to write it in real time, that is to say, reflecting some of the activities that mark our present lives, 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. If you follow the news and have read about the “Bridgegate” scandal in New Jersey, “Swamps” contains elements and relationships that help explain the politics behind that story. 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.

Appearances:

Continuing: See my conversation with author Sally Sue Ember as part of her “Changes” series.

Event page URL: https://plus.google.com/u/0/events/clkq20au19f791qli6cl6715pco

or https://goo.gl/QUUUPS

YouTube URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z5wFYm2xBWU

or https://goo.gl/MfevJO

 

 

I have published a collection of short stories, called “The Resurrection of Leo”   at: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/282799.

A short story about baseball and teen-agers is available as well:

“The Summer of the Home Run” is available at https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/299057

An interview with me on Smashwords can be found at https://www.smashwords.com/interview/michaelstephendaigle

Works in Progress:

 

Two Frank Nagler books.

One, is a prequel to the series, taking place 20 or so years ahead of “The Swamps of Jersey.” It examines in detail the Charlie Adams serial murders that brought Frank Nagler unwanted fame as a detective, and the death of his wife, Martha, the event that sinks him  into a long depressive state. The story is a battle between the pain that the death causes and the need to be the lead investigator in the murders. He is pulled into the public light just at the time that he wants to withdraw.

The working title is “Just Come Home,” which described Nagler’s mental state. It is what crime victims say about their loved ones, and what Nagler and his wife Martha say to one another daily.

 

The second WIP, is the story that immediately follows “The Weight of Living.” I haven’t sorted through all the pieces yet, but they center around a comment that popped into my head, spoken by reporter Jimmy Dawson, the Greek chorus of the series. “We all wondered how he had survived all that. And then wondered if he had.”

“Oswald’s War” (working title).  Nola Jensen, the sole heir to the estate left by her family, founders of the town of Mount Jensen, Maine, returns after many years during which she was on the run for her role in a Boston hold-up in which a police officer was killed. Tired of hiding and dragging her teen-age daughter from town to town, Nola seeks peace and reconciliation. What she finds is a small town torn by conflict.

New residents from out of state want to turn the rural, lake front town into a version of what they left behind and the natives are resisting.  There are fights over land, water and reconstruction that take many forms.

At the center of the story are Nola and her collection of friends she left behind. Chief among them are Henderson, who owns the local diner,  “Tender” Johnson, who works in a local paper mill, Dennis LeGrange, a deputy sheriff, and Oswald Neggerson, a poor farmer whose family, he claims, was defrauded by Nola’s family centuries before.

When Nola and her daughter return to Mount Jensen, it is to witness Oswald pointing a rifle at Henderson  in front of his diner.

It is a story of cultures clashing, disputes in any form that are as old as the hills and as new as plans for change.  It is a story about friendship and love and family, a story about generations: Nola’s daughter Emma and a local boy, Max, are both caught up in the adult events and their own explorations.

It is also a story about the clash of ideas as Nola and Oswald face off.

I see this story as a broad grand tale.

“Three Rivers,” is the working title for a story about Smitty, the kid shortstop from my short story, “The Summer of the Home Run.” So far, the story involves Smitty, a self-described “knock-around kid,” his troubled best friend, Danny, and his beautiful, talented girlfriend, Katina. It’s about growing up, loneliness, finding adventure and discovers love that sticks. It’s sort of a Huck Finn kind of story.

“Somerset” Hadley Chandler is the editor of a local weekly newspaper in Somerset, Maine. One day a local landowner shows him a series of photos taken of some of his forest land.  In the last set of photos, the trees are dying and the land is eroding. That begins a tale that centers on industrial pollution, environmental terrorism and the impact on the town of Somerset and its residents. It is both a slice-of-life story that gives Chandler an opportunity to be the center of the action,  and a modern story of spying, stolen land and  broken trust.

“Welcome to Gokey Manor.”  A coming-of-age about Stephen Gardner and his co-tenants of a boarding home, including an Army veteran, a teen-age runaway, students and some young adults  working away from home for the first time.  This story was written years ago and needs an update, but the basic story hold together.

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.”

Diane  has suggested that if I complete a third story with a woman as chief character, it would make a compelling audio collection of stories.  I am working on such a story.

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