Michael Stephen Daigle
- A mechanical murder
- Who killed the smart guy at the blackboard?
- An old story with meaning
- Happy Independence Day. Celebrate!
- The gospel according to Oswald: ‘It ain’t about dreams, and peace, just about war until the end.’
- The start of a new Nagler book. Maybe. Possibly. It’s a mystery.
- An audience of one
- Reading at Mouintainside, N.J., Library at 1 p.m. Saturday (June 17)
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The third Frank Nagler Mystery, “The Weight of Living,” will be released on Wednesday, April 26. My publisher Imzadi Publishing, has set up online pre-release links to secure your copy of the book, for Kindle or Kobo ebook formats Kindle version: … Continue reading
Available for free downloads in several formats on Smashwords are the following: “The Summer of the Homerun,” a short story about baseball and being a teen-ager. https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/299057 Sample: “The ball seemed to be something other than an … Continue reading
Need something to red at the beach or in the backyard? Add the Frank Nagler mysteries: “The Swamps of Jersey,” And “A Game Called Dead.” The books are also available at the at the following libraries: Morris County Library; Somerset … Continue reading
For the past couple of years, I’ve written a Christmas story. This is the newest entry: “Closer. Closer. OK. That’s it.” Hank yelled, “Whoa, there girlie! Damn near ran me over.” Then he laughed. “Who taught you how to drive? … Continue reading
I’m appearing at two exciting author events in December. First, on Sunday, Dec. 6 Bobby’s News and Gifts is hosting a “Meet Local Authors” event at the Darress Theatre, 615 Main Street. The event features seven authors readings from their … Continue reading
In my upcoming book, “A Game Called Dead,” reporter Jimmy Dawson reflects on the name of the college video game that gives the book its name, and on our association with violence: “He pushed the computer aside and stared at … Continue reading
Lauren Fox plays different roles in each of the three Frank Nagler stories. In the first, “The Swamps of Jersey,” while she never appears in the book, she plays an important role in exposing the political corruption at the heart … Continue reading
Thanks to author Sally Ember for the chance to participate in a videocast on her on-going series of conversations, “Changes.” We are at 226 views. That seems rather amazing to me. We talked about Maine, journalism, a view of life … Continue reading
Roses fall, petals withered at the edges, the reds and pinks of blossoms faded as the low sunlight, once full like soup now transparent as dust, tasteless gruel. Leaves once thick with green wither to brown and cling to drained … Continue reading
“A Game Called Dead” the second Frank Nagler mystery is planned for a January release by my publisher, Imzadi Publishing. A sample:” “The air was industrial, bruised, like water washed in oil, breath filtered through dirt and hung out to dry, … Continue reading