Spellbinding and Spooky

Nashua author dead center to where he wants to be

Courtesy photo “Death and Douglas” is about a boy named Douglas who lives in a funeral home in New England. “Douglas has learned the business of comforting people through the grieving process. Then he faces a metaphysical quandary. Should he really be OK with death?” its author, Nashua resident J.W. Ocker said. “It is a murder mystery that touches on how he deals with dangerous and spooky stuff.”

NASHUA – Local author J.W. Ocker and his family have lived in the Gate City for nearly 10 years, and he says he is finally beginning to feel like a true New Englander.

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