Jonathan Mark Bruce “is an attorney who studied writing at the University of California at Berkeley. As a prosecutor and attorney in private practice, he has litigated numerous jury trials and worked on homicide and death penalty cases. Bruce served overseas in the U.S. Army infantry before two stints in the Peace Corps in Eastern Europe, where he earned a doctorate in Philosophy from the University of Sofia. As an immigration lawyer, he has become fluent in Bulgarian, Russian, French and Spanish. He also represents combat veterans who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder. The author’s many interests include Chinese and Malaysian martial arts. He is at work on a second novel about an American lawyer in Ukraine.” Jonathan Mark Bruce is the author of The Deerslayer Spiral: A Law Firm. A Philosopher. Seven Murders.
According to the book description of The Deerslayer Spiral: A Law Firm. A Philosopher. Seven Murders, “Ethan Compton is a handsome, ambitious law student with a beautiful, rich fiancée, the daughter of the senior partner of a prestigious San Francisco law firm. He has left behind a tough early life to find himself with a promising legal career that could make all his dreams come true. Things change, however, when a young woman is shot to death in the alley behind the trendy Inner Temple Café. Ethan must help defend the murder suspect. Soon he becomes trapped in a murder case wherein he must enter the world of a mind-control expert who causes him to question his own sanity.