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A new review of the Frank Nagler Mysteries. Warning: contains high praise (and the author is stunned)

We writers sit our desks and bemoan what we think is an inattentive world, and then this arrives: Thank you, Deborah Dameika. High praise, indeed. Thank you for reading the books, and taking the time to send me your thoughts. … Continue reading

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‘A Game Called Dead’ : Sound as symbolic recovery

In my two Frank Nagler stories, “The Swamps of Jersey,” and the upcoming “A Game Called Dead,” the condition of the city of Ironton, N.J. is as much a character as a setting. The city, a former industrial center, had … Continue reading

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