Category Archives: Sally Ember

Thanks for these top reviews

Thanks to readers of the Frank Nagler Mystery series for these top reviews. Forever grateful. THE SWAMPS OF JERSEY.  Why are an old swamp, a burning factory and a dead woman linked? Why is Ironton, N.J. detective Frank Nagler so … Continue reading

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Who are the real heroes in the Frank Nagler Mysteries?

Growing up in Upstate New York I was under the influence of Syracuse University. That meant my sports heroes included football stars Ernie Davis and Jimmy Brown. Both were All-Americans at Syracuse and Brown later starred for the Cleveland Browns. … Continue reading

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WIP: First day at Cherry Street School

In a writing group the name of Bruce Coville, the acclaimed children’s author, came up. I briefly attended elementary school with Bruce. That connection  led to this work-in-progress. And no, aliens won’t eat Theo’s homework. Instead this is a story … Continue reading

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Christmas story: ‘The last bell ringer and the yoga girl’

Don stepped into the painted  plywood Santa hut and rolled his neck from side to side to loosen the kinks. He pulled off the scratchy white beard and red hat combo and  pushed his chin onto his chest and felt … Continue reading

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New Nagler news: A GAME CALLED DEAD now an audiobook

I am celebrating the release of the Audiobook version of  A GAME CALLED DEAD, the second  book in the four-book, award-winning Frank Nagler Mystery series. Thanks to IMZADI PUBLISHING for expanding the offerings of the Nagler series  and to DANE … Continue reading

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Nagler 5: Who are the traitors?

A deep, generational conspiracy runs through the first four Frank Nagler Mysteries. In the upcoming DRAGONY RISING, the conspiracy is full-blown and growing. Can it be stopped? Who are the traitors? “Bill Weston was nervous. This was not going according … Continue reading

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Nagler 5: Article 256 changes everything

One of the questions raised in the fifth Frank Nagler Mystery, DRAGONY RISING, is how a conspiracy can result in the  takeover of a government. This is how: Quietly, with patience, both in the dark and in plain sight. With … Continue reading

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A review: ‘The Botleys of Beaumont County’

Arthur Turfa has a fresh take on traditional Southern literature. The Botleys of Beaumont County are such an important family that members carry the name of the county in their name, thus Slerd Beaumont Botley. And as such welcome to … Continue reading

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Coming soon: A GAME CALLED DEAD in audiobook

I am thrilled and gratified to say that an audio version of my Frank Nagler Mystery, A GAME CALLED DEAD is in production. The work is expected to be completed by December. Great thanks to Imzadi Publishing for arranging this … Continue reading

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Nagler 5: DRAGONY RISING is done (finally!)

From the Dawson News Agency Frank Nagler’s newest story complete; Author proclaims story is ‘Ripped from the headlines’ Author Michael Stephen Daigle sends ‘DRAGONY RISING’ to Imzadi Publishing By Jimmy Dawson New Jersey author Michael Stephen Daigle has completed the … Continue reading

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