Michael Stephen Daigle
The Red Hand: “A winning origin story for one of modern fiction’s expertly drawn detectives.” — Kirkus Reviews https://www.amazon.com/Michael-Stephen-Daigle/e/B00P5WBOQC
The Frank Nagler Mysteries An Anthology https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1793859523/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_bibl_vppi_i4
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- Nagler 5: Who or what is the Dragony, and what’s with the bread knife?
- 5-star review of ‘The Swamps of Jersey:’ Add Frank Nagler to the crime fiction honor roll.
- A review: ‘The Fiddler in the Night’ Spare prose tells story of love, loneliness and redemption
- Nagler 5: ‘The Dragony, she be a many tentacled thing’
- Nagler 5: Jimmy Dawson: ‘Follow the money’
- A review: ‘The Vitruvian Heir, Book I: The Unraveling,’ by L.S. Kilroy
- Nagler 5: How Dover, N.J. became Ironton, N.J.
- Nagler 5: Lauren Fox, the dragon and Brad Pitt
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The self-named “Dragony” is a shadowy organization that may be behind the bombing of downtown Ironton, N.J. It also might be the reason that several of its suspected members keep dying. So who are they and what are they up … Continue reading
Thanks Henry Chamberlain for this fabulous review! 5.0 out of 5 stars Detective Frank Nagler has earned a place among the best detectives in crime fiction Reviewed in the United States on March 20, 2021 Detective Frank Nagler can join Sam … Continue reading
The search for the bombers who destroyed downtown Ironton takes on a new direction. “Boonton Police. Captain Dan Thomson. “Captain, hello. Frank Nagler from Ironton. Have a question about your cadet Mahala Dixon. How’d she get approved with her juvie … Continue reading
“Damn it!” Heads in the bank lobby rose and then quickly fell eyes nailed to the floor as Lauren Fox chose not to kick the piles of paper at her feet across the room. Instead, she fell to her knees, … Continue reading
The story so far: An explosion destroyed a couple blocks of Downtown Ironton, N.J. Detective Frank Nagler, newly reinstated, checks in with Lt. Maria Ramirez. Then they find a white van. “For weeks downtown had been filled with the … Continue reading
The gray edge of dusk chased the sunlight across the grassy expanse of the Locust Street Cemetery, a burning streak of light between. Silence, windless, settled. Frank Nagler knelt to adjust the flower vase at his wife’s grave, his shoulders … Continue reading
Leonard is Detective Frank Nagler oldest friend, a blind man who runs a bookstore. He has been central to three of the previous Frank Nagler Mysteries. In the quiet times sitting alone near the front window, Leonard would see them … Continue reading
Thanks to the readers and fans of the Frank Nagler Mysteries for this deluge of 5-star reviews. Kirkus Reviews: “One of modern fiction’s expertly drawn detectives.” THE SWAMPS OF JERSEY. Why are an old swamp, a burning factory and … Continue reading