Some seasonal words from one of our award winning Imzadi Publishing authors, Michael Stephen Daigle.
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5 Star Review for A Game Called Dead!
Check out this great review for Michael Stephen Daigle’s, A Game Called Dead.
This is the second book in the Frank Nagler Mystery series.
Don’t forget to also check out The Swamps of Jersey and The Weight of Living, the other two books in this series….and the fourth is on the way!
Imzadi Publishing – New Releases
It has been a busy busy time for Imzadi Publishing this spring beginning with the release of Marc Cullison’s follow-up novel to The Other Vietnam War: A Helicopter Pilot’s Life in Vietnam, Vietnam Again.
The Other Vietnam War gives the reader some insight into what Marc went through in Vietnam. Not simply the struggles one would expect with experiencing life and death situations but the ethical dilemma’s one would experience as well. It is a truly unique perspective on the Vietnam War.
Vietnam Again takes place 40 years later when out of the blue Marc receive’s a phone call inviting him to accompany other Vietnam Vets on a trip back to the scene of so much trauma and upheaval, back to a place he thought he would never return to…a place he never wanted to return to.
Another fascinating read from Mr. Cullison!
Then April was upon us and the release date for the third installment of Michael Stephen Daigle’s Frank Nagler Mystery Series, The Weight of Living was quickly approaching.
This series takes place in Ironton, NJ, a dilapidated old steel town swamp deep in well developed, deep characters that anyone can relate to. Yes, that was a nod to The Swamps of Jersey, the first book in this series.
Mr. Daigle, like his character Det. Frank Nagler, doesn’t shy away from tough subjects, this book is certainly no exception.
The Weight of Living opens with a young girl dressed only in a tank top and shorts found sitting in a dumpster. She is freezing in her exposed state, shaking from the cold on a snowy New Jersey night but she sits frozen in place as though afraid to move from where she is. How did she get there? Why didn’t she ask for help? Why won’t she talk to anyone? The search for the girl’s identity begins a journey that leads Frank Nagler deep down into Ironton’s underbelly where long held secrets have been protected for decades.
I warn you, once you pick it up you won’t want to put it down. This series is addictive!
Whew! See, we have been busy at Imzadi Publishing and we have something for everyone! If you have something you would like to submit to Imzadi Publishing visit our website for our submission guidelines, we are always looking for new manuscripts in any genre.
Oh, one last thing! Please don’t forget to take a moment to leave a review after reading a book. Reviews do not need to be lengthy, they can be just a few words but they are extremely helpful.
The Frank Nagler Mystery Series Goodreads Giveaway!
Have you read the Frank Nagler Mystery series by Michael Stephen Daigle yet? If not, you are missing out! Once you pick up this series you won’t want to put it down, and now Imzadi Publishing is going to make it easy to get copies of your own with this Goodreads Giveaway!
The winner of this giveaway will receive paperback copies of the all three books in this series “The Swamps of Jersey”, “A Game Called Dead”, and the newly released “The Weight of Living” so they will have the complete set of the Frank Nagler Mystery Series shown below!
Enter May 20th-28th!
‘Weight” reviewed; 5 stars
New event: Park Fest in Warren County, June 10
If you are anywhere near this event stop by and say “hi” to Mike Daigle and check out his Frank Nagler Mystery Series.
It is so important to support organizations that develop events like these and work hard to support local artists!
Author Event for Michael Stephen Daigle: BooksNJ2017. June 11
‘The Weight of Living’ trailer released on YouTube
Big week: Radio and library visits
The ‘Weight’ is over. Third Nagler story done (except for the typos, editing and changes)
News about the latest Frank Nagler novel in work by Stephen Michael Daigle; it’s getting closer and closer to publication! Check back often for more news!