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Bruce Hartman lives in Philadelphia. He has worked as a pianist, music teacher, bookseller and attorney and has been writing fiction for many years. His novel, The Rules of Dreaming, was published by Swallow Tail Press in May 2013 and was awarded the Kirkus Star for Books of Exceptional Merit. At the end of the year, Kirkus Reviews selected it as one of the “Top 100” Indie Books of 2013. Another new mystery, The Muse of Violence, inspired by Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None (also known as Ten Little Indians) was published by Swallow Tail Press in October 2013.
A new novel, A Butterfly in Philadelphia, was published in paperback in April 2015. It was described by Jack Magnus of Readers Favorite Book Reviews as “one of those strange comic masterpieces that you’re quite lucky to run across once in a very great while.”
Yet another new book was published in November 2015: A comic dystopia on internet privacy and freedom entitled, Big Data Is Watching You! It is available on Amazon.
Bruce Hartman’s first novel, Perfectly Healthy Man Drops Dead, won the Salvo Press Mystery Novel Award and was published in 2008. If all goes well, a steady stream of new books will be coming out over the next few years.