Saying thanks when hard work paid off

The books in the Frank Nagler Mystery Series are each deserving of the awards they have recieved, they are compelling and masterfully crafted. We at Imzadi Publishing feel privileged to work with Mr. Daigle and look forward to the next installment in this series. If you haven’t read a Frank Nagler Mystery yet these are sure to satisfy craving for a good crime novel and are available in print or ebook today!

5 Star Review – “The Red Hand”

‘The Weight of Living’ named Finalist in Book Excellence Awards

We at Imzadi Publishing couldn’t be happier for Michael Daigle and his book The Weight of Living. This is powerful story well deserving of all the praise it has been receiving.

Why writing a first draft is like performing stand-up with hecklers

This was so much fun to read!

Nagler book four done: ‘The Red Hand’

Martha

Insights into Detective Frank Nagler’s relationship with his wife Martha.

The award-winning ‘Weight of Living’

‘The Weight of Living’ named a 2018 Notable 100 Book By Shelf Unbound

We couldn’t be happier for Mike Daigle or Frank Nagler….we love this series as much as everyone else does.

Audiobook Now Available – The Swamps of Jersey

Imzadi publishing is pleased to announce that Michael Stephen Daigle’s, “The Swamps of Jersey” is now available in audiobook.

Download your copy today and listen as veteran voice actor Lee Alan brings life to Detective Frank Nagler and the rest of the crew in Ironton, NJ as Frank tries to discover the identity of the decapitated and dismembered body in the bog.

Listen to a preview now!

New review of ‘A Game Called Dead’ — Michael Stephen Daigle

http://www.newjerseyhills.com/entertainment/book-review-cops-killer-play-a-game-called-dead-on/article_428e2129-d8cc-5df4-9212-088cdd85458e.html Thanks, Alex Parker-Magyar of the New Jersey Hills Media Group. From the review: In “The Swamps of Jersey,” Nagler uncovers widespread corruption in Ironton. The Ironton of “A Game Called Dead” has begun to rebound economically, and its residents are beginning to speak out against the status quo. Against this backdrop, Nagler is tasked […]

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