Michael Stephen Daigle
- A mechanical murder
- Who killed the smart guy at the blackboard?
- An old story with meaning
- Happy Independence Day. Celebrate!
- The gospel according to Oswald: ‘It ain’t about dreams, and peace, just about war until the end.’
- The start of a new Nagler book. Maybe. Possibly. It’s a mystery.
- An audience of one
- Reading at Mouintainside, N.J., Library at 1 p.m. Saturday (June 17)
Tag Archives: “The Swamps of Jersey” fiction
My publisher, Imzadi Publishing, has posted on YouTube a video trailer (that makes me sound all techie, doesn’t it?) for “The Weight of Living,” the third Frank Nagler Mystery. The trailer was developed by graphic artist Anita Dugan-Moore, who also … Continue reading
Since completing the third Frank Nagler story, “The Weight of Living,” due to be released April 25, I’ve been thinking about what’s next for Frank and his guys. In “Weight” Nagler searches for the identify of a young girl discovered … Continue reading
Thanks Anita Dugan-Moore and Imzadi Publishing The books are also available at the at the following libraries: Morris County Library; Somerset County Library System; Bernardsville Public Library; Hunterdon County Public Library; Mount Olive Public Library; Phillipsburg; Warren County, Franklin … Continue reading
Wrapped in the shell of a police procedural “The Swamps of Jersey,” is a tale of human nature: love, trust, deceit, crime, politics, social change and redemption, and captures the spirit of recent events that have affected the United States … Continue reading
It’s official. Imzadi Publishing will release The Swamps of Jersey” on Nov. 1 “The Swamps of Jersey” Solving the murder of the woman in the Old Iron Bog should have been easy for veteran Detective Frank Nagler — except she … Continue reading
At the heart of my upcoming novel is a discussion of social and economic standing in the City of Ironton, N.J., where the story takes place. Mayor Gabriel Richman has called a public meeting to calm the city following a … Continue reading
Welcome to the next stop on the Work-in-Progress Blog Hop Thanks to Devorah Fox for inviting me to do this. Last Monday, Dee answered questions about her newest work and this week it’s my turn. The first question is what … Continue reading