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  • Free on Kindle Unlimited (.99 cents otherwise)..A fun, quick murderous short story, "Who Shot the Smart Guy at the Blackboard." Reporter Derek Mainly runs into politico Cassie Blondell at a fundraiser, and something happens.
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  •   Paula Hirtle reacted to this post about 1 month ago
    My Frank Nagler Mystery, "The Weight of Living" (Gold Medal winner in the 2017 authorsdb Cover Contest) was awarded First Place for mysteries in the 2017 Royal Dragonfly Book Award contest.
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  • My third Frank Nagler Mystery, "The Weight of Living" was awarded First Place for mysteries in the 2017 Royal Dragonfly Book Award Contest. www.DragonflyBookAwards.com
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  • Michael Stephen Daigle added new listing Cover Contest 2017: The Weight of Living in Cover Contest 2017
    “The Weight of Living” is the third book in the Frank Nagler Mystery series, set in Ironton, N.J. It was released by my publisher, Imzadi Publishing of Tulsa on April 26. The...
    “The Weight of Living” is the third book in the Frank Nagler Mystery series, set in Ironton, N.J. It was released by my publisher, Imzadi Publishing of Tulsa on April 26. The story: A young girl... “The Weight of Living” is the third book in the Frank Nagler Mystery series, set in Ironton, N.J. It was released by my publisher, Imzadi Publishing of Tulsa on April 26. The story: A young girl is found in a grocery store Dumpster on a cold March night wearing just shorts and a tank top. She does not speak to either Detective Frank Nagler, the social worker called to the scene, or later to a nun, who is an old friend of Nagler’s. What appears to be a routine search for the girl’s family turns into a generational hell that drags Nagler into an examination of a decades old death of a another young girl, and the multi-state crime enterprise of the shadowy ringmaster. The deeper Nagler looks, the more he and his companions are endangered, until the shocking climax that leaves Nagler questioning his actions to both solve the crimes and heal his damaged soul. More
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  • Michael Stephen Daigle added new listing First Lines Contest 2017: The Weight of Living in First Lines Contest 2017
    She seemed hollow, the girl did. Breathing, hearing, touching, but absent. Small, dark dots sunk into an ashen blank face, eyes impossibly dull for someone so young, eyes that...
    She seemed hollow, the girl did. Breathing, hearing, touching, but absent. Small, dark dots sunk into an ashen blank face, eyes impossibly dull for someone so young, eyes that stared straight... She seemed hollow, the girl did. Breathing, hearing, touching, but absent. Small, dark dots sunk into an ashen blank face, eyes impossibly dull for someone so young, eyes that stared straight ahead at the faded green wall; hard, eyes so hard that did not seem to register the color of the wall, the brown of the tabletop, the lightbulb above her head or the presence of anyone else; eyes lightless, passages not to a dark soul, but to one seemingly hidden or removed; spaces missing life. Eyes not filled with pain, but absence. More
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  • Michael Stephen Daigle added new listing The Weight of Living in Mystery & Detective
    THE WEIGHT OF LIVING (2017) is the third Frank Nagler Mystery, following THE SWAMPS OF JERSEY (2014) and A GAME CALLED DEAD, (2016). The books follow the crime solving efforts of...
    THE WEIGHT OF LIVING (2017) is the third Frank Nagler Mystery, following THE SWAMPS OF JERSEY (2014) and A GAME CALLED DEAD, (2016). The books follow the crime solving efforts of Ironton, N.J.... THE WEIGHT OF LIVING (2017) is the third Frank Nagler Mystery, following THE SWAMPS OF JERSEY (2014) and A GAME CALLED DEAD, (2016). The books follow the crime solving efforts of Ironton, N.J. Detective Frank Nagler. in THE WEIGHT OF LIVING, Nagler searches for the name and family of a young girl discovered in a grocery store Dumpster. The search leads him down a dark path of family secrets that endangers himself, his friends and colleagues as the shadowy villain manipulates his own victims. Deeply involving and emotionally charged, with unseen and surprising twists and turns. The story is fast paced and gripping. More
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  • Michael Stephen Daigle added new listing First Lines Contest 2017: A Game Called Dead in First Lines Contest 2017
    The air was industrial, bruised, like water washed in oil, breath filtered through dirt and hung out to dry, a speckled white sheet upon which the city wiped its wet fingers. The...
    The air was industrial, bruised, like water washed in oil, breath filtered through dirt and hung out to dry, a speckled white sheet upon which the city wiped its wet fingers. The bare whistled... The air was industrial, bruised, like water washed in oil, breath filtered through dirt and hung out to dry, a speckled white sheet upon which the city wiped its wet fingers. The bare whistled moan of a morning transit train crossing Morris was wrapped in the soft fog of dawn, the colored day muted to gray, padded to silence. On the eastern hills, life as blood-crimson sunlight leaked along the ridgeline and dripped down craggy slopes to pool on the valley floor. More
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