Category Archives: Fiction

This is where I will post samples of stories I am working on, or other stuff, as I see fit.

Nagler 6: Introducing Annie

Work in Progress, Book Six in the Frank Nagler mystery series, so far titled NAGLER’S  SECRET, will have a new role for Annie, the young, silent girl whose mystery was central to the third book in the series, THE WEIGHT … Continue reading

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The Last Thing You’re Never Supposed to do on the Internet: Part 2

A quick story with a little mystery. Part 2: Jack finds out who sent him photos of the green door and what’s behind it. The dream at 2 a.m. It was May, senior year. The trees had just filled out … Continue reading

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The Last Thing You’re Never Supposed to do on the Internet: Part One

A few weeks ago, someone using a computer in the Caribbean resort island Sint Martin, dug out a post from my website archive about the fight between the  Phillipsburg, N.J. town council and the town library. That prompted the thought … Continue reading

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Join us at the Flemington Summer Book Fest, May 27-30

Another week, another way to celebrate great writers. Also, it’s a another chance for readers to meet Ironton, New Jersey Detective Frank Nagler. This week is the fabulous Flemington Summer Book Fest. The Flemington Summer Book Fest runs  from Friday, … Continue reading

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THE STORY OF DEV. The end.

“This is the sun. Think of me. We are together in  the sun.” This is the end of  the story of Theo, Dev and the Cherry Street School, called  THE STORY OF DEV. They came for Bobby Danforth and his … Continue reading

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‘Love me some Frank Nagler’

Some new top reviews for the Frank Nagler Mysteries. Thanks to all the readers for taking the time to drop a review. 5 stars Love Me Some Frank Nagler! Reviewed in the United States on May 6, 2020. The third book … Continue reading

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DRAGONY RISING: ‘WOW! Great story! So much going on and it all ties up.’

It’s been an exciting few days as I comb through the manuscript of DRAGONY RISING, the next Frank Nagler Mystery. I got the edits back from my publisher, Imzadi Publishing, after our copy editor Katherine Tate completed her work. Kate … Continue reading

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New ‘Betting on Theo.’ Dev hiding

In this section of what now is called BETTING ON THEO, Theo, the new kid in town, is chased through a neighborhood by the school bully and his friends. Passing an old factory, a gate opens and Theo reunites with … Continue reading

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New Cherry Street School. Title: ‘Betting on Theo;’ trouble for Dev: ‘their own kind’

In this segment of the Cherry Street School story, Theo finds something new and concerning about his friend Dev. He hasn’t seen her in a couple of days, not since he saw that she had a bruised eye after a … Continue reading

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YouTube trailers for the Frank Nagler Mysteries

While Book 5 of the Frank Nagler series, DRAGONY RISING, is in production, and the publication date uncertain, please enjoy these trailers, created by Anita Dugan-Moore for Imzadi Publishing. The Swamps of Jersey – YouTube Game Called Dead – YouTube … Continue reading

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