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The evolution of the Frank Nagler Mysteries: A couple samples from early versions.

The Frank Nagler Mystery series began with a small police blog item in a newspaper years ago. Soon, I began to write a series of short sketches to build out the story. I must have written four or five, each … Continue reading

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New 5-star review for ‘The Weight of Living’

New 5-star Goodreads review of “The Weight of Living:” “What a great read! A complex plot in a gloomy setting with characters honed to perfection. Detective Frank Nagler is one of those characters that could be real; intuitive, dedicated, but … Continue reading

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A new 5-star review for ‘The Swamps of Jersey’

A 5-star review for “The Swamps of Jersey” Thank you Arthur.   Arthur W. Turfa   5.0 out of 5 starsRealistic, well-written mystery “Michael Daigle combines his experience as a journalist with impressive fiction-writing skills to craft something that could … Continue reading

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A sample from WIP ‘Mount Jensen:’ Cooking class, a three-ooff omelet

A knife load of butter, three fingers of chopped onion, a fistful of sliced potatoes, turned twice, and then pushed to the edge of the grill, away from the main heat. Four pieces of toast, six fried eggs sunny-side-up arranged … Continue reading

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The ‘official’ cover reveal for ‘The Red Hand’: Clues in plain sight

“Of course they were red, the hand prints. The color of blood, red; the color of life, dripping between the hollow cracks of the siding. Leaking, crimson, chosen carefully. I’m here, the killer said, bragging. Try to find me. – … Continue reading

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A snippet: Frank Nagler healing

From “A Game Called Dead.” How Frank Nagler begins to heal:   “He put the phone away and smiled wearily.  He thought of the night that Martha and he had ridden in the ambulance to Ironton General, that last night. … Continue reading

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Hackettstown Library reading, March 14

I’ll be reading from and discussing the Frank Nagler Mysteries at the Hackettstown Public Library from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., Thursday, March 14. The library is located at 110 Church Street. This will be the second time I have been … Continue reading

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Maybe I’ll go bald

I think I’ll go bald. Seems all the rage. Actors who were popular when they had hair are now bald, and still seem popular. That would mean that I would have to shave my head. But I grew a beard … Continue reading

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Changing genres: Experimentation in writing

“A chef pulls at the edges of their menus to see what new tastes can be created, a photographer tries new mediums, combining old and new, an engineer, a teacher, a social worker, turn their efforts sideways to gain new … Continue reading

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A taste of something new (and not a murder mystery)

This a  piece from a story called “The year the world came to Mount Jensen, Maine.” It’s the tale of a small Maine town that is going through changes and features such characters as Max Danton, a teen-ager blogger, Henderson, … Continue reading

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