Category Archives: Hot in Hunterdon; Georjean Trinkle

My interview on AllAuthors.com

I was offered the opportunity to take part in a question-and-answer interview on the website AllAuthors. Thanks for the opening . A writer and journalist, Michael Stephen Daigle has had an award-winning career in journalism. One of the first stories … Continue reading

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People who made a difference

“She believes. Mary DeCeseare believes.” So opened the first-ever “Morris People” column I wrote for the Morris County (NJ) Daily Record in 2007. I wrote that weekly column until 2011, when we all were, well, discharged. The goal of the … Continue reading

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Nagler 5: The ’85 Impala and Dancer’s blood

Detective Frank  Nagler and Lieutenant  Maria Ramirez have been told by the widow of an accountant named Sol Rosen that a license plate on a 1985 Impala is a clue in their current bombing case. “Lieutenant Ramirez at her computer … Continue reading

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Lazy government at work in Phillipsburg library dispute

MAY 7 update: The mayor and the library board began a discussion today about solving this financial issue. Probably no simple fix, but this is what should have happened at the beginning. This is not an issue that cropped up … Continue reading

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A good day to bring you flowers

There had been that gap in time Separate. I wondered about your smile, Missed your voice The tone between soothing and sarcasm Wondered if the losses had deepened in your eyes Wanting to see again that light Knowing too much … Continue reading

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Nagler 5: Leonard refuses to be bullied

Leonard receives a visit from Taylor Mangot II, a shady financier whose presence in Ironton is suspect. He wants to build a giant glass project on a site of a recent bombing. The door opened and closed sweeping in a … Continue reading

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Nagler 5: Who or what is the Dragony, and what’s with the bread knife?

The self-named “Dragony” is a shadowy organization that may be behind  the bombing of downtown Ironton, N.J.  It also might be the reason that several of its suspected members keep dying. So who are they and what are they up … Continue reading

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5-star review of ‘The Swamps of Jersey:’ Add Frank Nagler to the crime fiction honor roll.

Thanks Henry Chamberlain for this fabulous review! 5.0 out of 5 stars Detective Frank Nagler has earned a place among the best detectives in crime fiction Reviewed in the United States on March 20, 2021 Detective Frank Nagler can join Sam … Continue reading

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A review: ‘The Fiddler in the Night’ Spare prose tells story of love, loneliness and redemption

Arcadia is a spare land, heavy with silence and distance, a misfit place. In that space author Christian Fennell places his tale, “The Fiddler in the Night,” a story that aches with loneliness, love and loss, but drips with blood. … Continue reading

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Nagler 5: ‘The Dragony, she be a many tentacled thing’

The search for the bombers who destroyed downtown Ironton takes on a new direction. “Boonton Police. Captain Dan Thomson. “Captain,  hello. Frank Nagler from Ironton. Have a question about your cadet Mahala Dixon. How’d she get approved with her juvie … Continue reading

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