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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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Frank Nagler mysteries as dystopian saga

Is my Frank Nagler mysteries series actually a dystopian saga? It’s a thought. Granted, I don’t have beautiful, heroic teen-agers running through carefully staged ruins fighting the evil establishment and seeking to create a new utopian society. Dystopia is generally … Continue reading

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Free downloads and a special reading

 Available for free downloads in several formats on Smashwords are the following:   “The Summer of the Homerun,” a short story about baseball and being a teen-ager.   https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/299057   Sample: “The ball seemed to be something other than an … Continue reading

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‘The Weight of Living’ to be released April 25

My publisher, Imzadi Publishing, has announced that the next Frank Nagler mystery, “The Weight of Living,” will be released April 25. My thanks to the Imzadi crew. What is exciting is that that this will be one of four new … Continue reading

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Life with Alexa

  Me: Alexa, what time is it? ALEXA: It is three a.m. Eastern Standard Time. Me: Alexa, why am I up? ALEXA: Technically you are still in bed. Me: Fine. Alexa, why am I awake at 3 a.m.? ALEXA: There … Continue reading

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‘One stupid cup of coffee.’ Free from “The Resurrection of Leo.’

  This is “One stupid cup of coffee,” one of the shorts included in my collection, “The Resurrection of Leo.” The collection is stories about people struggling with love and love lost, finding their souls, stories of hope and heartbreak. … Continue reading

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Interesting review of ‘A Game Called Dead.’

Gritty, But Poetic (From Amazon) By Merritt Stewart This book wasn’t really my cup of tea. It reminds me of ‘In Cold Blood’ By Truman Capote in that, there is a lot of psychological examination. The detective wonders what someone must … Continue reading

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These words are dust on paper

These words are dust on paper, The chemistry of love, loss and desire, of things unsettled; Weightless questions unformed, queries made alone in silent, empty rooms, like breath spoken to a dark ceiling in those broken sleepless hours.   There … 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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‘A Game Called Dead’ has been released

It can be told. Officially. “A Game Called Dead,” the second Frank Nagler mystery set in Ironton, N.J. has been released. The publisher is Imzadi Publishing of Tulsa. The Amazon paper version is here: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1944653007?keywords=game%20called%20dead&qid=1452179426&ref_=sr_1_1&sr=8-1 And the Kindle version is … Continue reading

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