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Transitional scenes in ‘The Weight of Living’. The next Frank Nagler Mystery

I’m about half-way through writing “The Weight of Living,” the third Frank Nagler Mystery.  It has been a long haul, but to use a really  bad trucking metaphor (Here’s to you, Dee Fox) I have crested the mountaintop and have … Continue reading

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Up close with a Nazarath, Pa., book club

The plastic gloves filled with popcorn with a ring on one finger hanging from the fireplace was the sign that I was in the right place. So all I can say is THANK YOU to Cindy Dauscher and the other … Continue reading

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Add Frank Nagler mysteries to summer reading list

  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

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The Frank Nagler novels

“A Game Called Dead:” The story of Frank Nagler picks up two years after “The Swamps of Jersey”  in this sequel. Ironton, N.J., is still a city struggling with its economic and rebuilding troubles, but new heroes emerge. Meanwhile a … Continue reading

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I’ve been tagged

I’ve been tagged in a blog by author and friend, Devorah Fox. She posed four questions that she had been asked. Here’s are my answers: What am I working on? With my novel, “The Swamps of Jersey” being prepped for … Continue reading

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“Swamps of Jersey” 2.0 Chapters 4 to 5

Chapter 4 Ironton was a city of alleys. The big highways passed to the north and south of the city and the main local streets followed the river and the hilly terrain. What connected all of them were the alleys, … Continue reading

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“Swamps of Jersey” 2.0 Chapter 6 to 8

Chapter 6 Nagler took a left from the main road, turning into the subdivision where Lauren Fox grew up. The houses were neat ranches, one and two story homes built in a neighborhood started after the war, set on large … Continue reading

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