A Game Called Dead by Michael Stephen Daigle

“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…

51nAOsueNkL._SX322_BO1,204,203,200_“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

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About the Author

Navy brat, with roots in both New England and Deep South. First story I ever wrote was about a rock band based on my high school band formed with three friends. Oh, that early touch of fame (Ha!). Long career in newspapers, a great place to learn how to write and observe. Working on stories that reflect the places I’ve lived, populated with characters I invent.

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