Tag Archives: Dane Peterson

THE STORY OF DEV: What might Theo, Dev and Dimitri Yazov share?

In this segment of THE STORY OF DEV, Theo struggles to form his report on the Louisiana Purchase, but finds himself distracted  by the sounds of heavy rain on the tin roof of the barn, Dev’s absence and the discovery … Continue reading

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Nagler 5: DRAGONY RISING. Plotting the coup

A long running conspiracy bubbles below the surface of the story in the fifth Frank Nagler Mystery, DRAGONY RISING. This is how the coup was planned: “Ramirez opened her computer screen to show the start of an old-style video. “This … 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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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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Joy

This thing, this joy It streams from you whether you know it or not. From your eyes even when they are dark From your hands, fingers, mouth Like heat from your tender body Even from the uncertainty of everything Swirling … Continue reading

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Nagler 5: Lauren returns

Lauren Fox is a city planner and the long time companion of Detective Frank Nagler. She left Ironton for what she said would be four days. She was a few days late, and with the city still roiled by unrest, … Continue reading

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New Jersey mystery captures new award

I am greatly pleased and honored to announce that  THE WEIGHT LIVING, Book 3 in the New Jersey-based Frank Nagler series has been graced with another award. Thank you Maincrest Media Awards. “The Weight of  Living by Michael Stephen Daigle … Continue reading

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