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A Game Called Dead
     

A Game Called Dead

by Michael Stephen Daigle
 

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"I can burn a city down."

So declares the Internet poster #ARMAGEDDON. Ironton, N.J. Detective Frank Nagler wonders: Is this guy for real, or just someone playing a twisted game?

It has been two years since Detective Nagler exposed the political corruption of Ironton, N.J. Now it's Nagler who finds himself with a target on his back. Someone is

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"I can burn a city down."

So declares the Internet poster #ARMAGEDDON. Ironton, N.J. Detective Frank Nagler wonders: Is this guy for real, or just someone playing a twisted game?

It has been two years since Detective Nagler exposed the political corruption of Ironton, N.J. Now it's Nagler who finds himself with a target on his back. Someone is trying to kill him, and anyone close to him.

When a break-in at the local college leaves two women brutally beaten, and Nagler's close friend, Leonard, is targeted Nagler finds himself wondering are these events connected, and how does a video game that has taken on a real-world life on campus tie them together? Who really is in control of what the students call...A Game Called Dead

Product Details

BN ID:
2940158049095
Publisher:
Imzadi Publishing, LLC
Publication date:
01/09/2016
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
276
File size:
559 KB

Meet the Author

Michael Stephen Daigle is a writer and journalist who lives in New Jersey with his family. He was born in Philadelphia, one of five “Navy brats,” and has lived in several states in the Northeast United States, where he was an award-winning journalist. He published an electronic collection of stories, “The Resurrection of Leo,” and a single story about baseball and teenagers, “The Summer of the Homerun.” He publishes commentary, fiction samples and poetry at www.michaelstephendaigle.com.

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