The Weight of Living

The Weight of Living

by Michael Stephen Daigle

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Overview

The search to find the name and home of a barefoot young girl wearing a tank top and shorts on a cold March night leads Ironton, N.J., Detective Frank Nagler down the twisting, dark path of a family whose history has ensnared many victims, including a nun from Nagler's youth and Calista Knox, a companion of Nagler's best friend.

The third Frank Nagler Mystery, "The Weight of Living," brings Nagler and his friends dangerously face to face with an evil that knows no bounds and threatens to consume anyone in its path.

It is a story with twists and turns as Nagler fights through layers of lies and half-truths and searches a sketchy past to bring the chance of healing to the damaged, and a criminal to justice.

"God has given me many tasks. This is the last." – Sister Katherine Marie.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157337551
Publisher: Imzadi Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 04/20/2017
Series: Frank Nagler Mystery , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 302
File size: 580 KB

About the Author

Michael Stephen Daigle is a writer who lives in New Jersey with his family. He was born in Philadelphia, one of five “Navy brats” who lived in several Northeast U.S. states and is an award-winning journalist.

Other books in his Frank Nagler Mystery series are, “The Swamps of Jersey” and “A Game Called Dead,” with the fourth and fifth books in the series already in progress.

Aside from this series, he has also published an electronic collection of short stories, “The Resurrection of Leo,” and a story about teen-ager Smitty, baseball and growing up, “The Summer of the Homerun.” Smitty is the hero of a work-in-progress, entitled, since these things must have titles, “Three Rivers.”

Another work in progress is a generational novel called “That Time the World Visited Mount Jensen, Maine.”

Samples of his work are available at www.michaelstephendaigle.com

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