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New library date: May 20 at North County Library, Clinton, NJ

I will be reading from and discussing the Frank Nagler Mystery series at the North County Branch Library, Hunterdon County Library, 65 Halstead Street, Clinton, from 11 to noon, Saturday, May 20.  Thanks to adult program coordinator Dana Neubauer for … Continue reading

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Nagler books accepted by new libraries; festival, readings scheduled

The Frank Nagler Mysteries are now available at two new libraries. Thanks to the Deptford Free Public Library and Franklin Township Library for accepting into their collections. “The Swamps of Jersey,” and the award-winning “A Game Called Dead.” The books … Continue reading

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Howard Newton explains political corruption in ‘The Swamps of Jersey’

Howard Newton in my mystery, 2014’s “The Swamps of Jersey.” understood exactly what’s going on in Washington, D.C. these days. Newton is a former mayor of Ironton, N.J. He’s an old style ward heeler,  favor collector and dispenser of the … Continue reading

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Ringling circus setting in ‘The Weight of Living’

My Frank Nagler mysteries are set in Ironton, N.J., a fictional Dover and Morris County. In the third book in the series, Detective Frank Nagler ventures  into other parts of the county, including a visit to the  former Ringling estate … Continue reading

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Talking Frank Nagler at Hackettstown Free Public Library

Thanks to Nicole Dow of the Hackettstown Free Public Library for the opportunity to read from and discuss the Frank Nagler mystery series.  We discussed how Frank and his hometown of Ironton,. N.J. are linked, and how his love for … Continue reading

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Big week: Radio and library visits

I will be a guest on the Georjean Trinkle’s Internet radio show “Hot in Hunterdon” from 4 to 5 p.m. Monday, Dec. 12. Here is her announcement: “Award winning writer….now award winning book….so pleased to have Michael Stephen Daigle on … Continue reading

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‘A Game Called Dead’ named contest winner

“A Game Called Dead,” my second Frank Nagler mystery, has been named a Runner-up in Shelf  Unbound Media’s  2016 Best Indie Book contest.  Thanks Shelf Unbound! “A Game Called Dead,” is the sequel to “The Swamps of Jersey,” the first … Continue reading

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‘A Game Called Dead:’ The rape of Student A

Compelling back stories are a part of the Frank Nagler series of mysteries.  In “The Swamps of Jersey” it is the “swamp” of political corruption that leads to murder. In “A Game Called Dead,” one back story is the laisse-faire … Continue reading

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Next Nagler story: “A Game Called Dead” Chapter 1

I’ve been working on the next Frank Nagler story.  It involves a video game gone real life, murder, Nagler’s friend Leonard, a blind bookstore owner, and an old case from early in Nagler’s career that forces him to reveal a secret … Continue reading

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