Robert Bruce Stewart

Biography

Finding himself misplaced in the 21st century, Robert Bruce Stewart has opted to retire to what he hopes will be a more congenial era for a person of his sensibilities by means of fiction writing. Meanwhile, his temporal self lives with his wife and cat in a small-town hermitage in western Massachusetts where he spends his idle hours tending to the needs of tadpoles and keeping his ill-mannered bamboo grove in check.

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Books

Kalorama Shakedown
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Series: Harry Reese Mysteries, Book #3. Price: Free! Words: 65,890. Language: English. Published: June 13, 2013. Category: Fiction » Mystery & detective » Women Sleuths
It’s December 1901, when the paths of three of the era’s notable characters cross in the nation’s capital: the Wizard of Oz, the Countess von Schnurrenberger, and Harry Reese. Harry has come to Washington in order to solve a string of jewelry thefts. But first he must match wits with a throng of thirsty newspapermen, a pack of rapacious lobbyists, and a young devotee of the Wizard’s.
The Birth of M. E. Meegs
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Series: Emmie Reese Mysteries, Story #1. Price: Free! Words: 10,550. Language: English. Published: July 20, 2012. Category: Fiction » Mystery & detective » Historical
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Part mystery, part parody, The Birth of M.E. Meegs is the first Emmie Reese short story. Set in Brooklyn at the turn of the 20th century, this story follows Emmie Reese, an aspiring journalist. Our heroine becomes involved with a death in Lancashire when one of her stories is found in the dead man’s pocket. Over several months, she solves the case through correspondence with Scotland Yard.

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