Author: Thomas Grant Bruso
Thomas Grant Bruso knew at an early age he wanted to be a writer. He has been a voracious reader of genre fiction since he was a kid.
His literary inspirations are Dean Koontz, Patricia Cornwell, Bill Pronzini, Karin Fossum, Carol O’ Connell, Ed McBain, Joyce Carol Oates, and John Connolly.
Bruso loves animals, book-reading, writing fiction, and prefers Sudoku to crossword puzzles.
In another life, he was a freelance writer and wrote for local magazines and newspapers. In college, he was a winner for the Hermon H. Doh Sonnet Competition. Now, he writes book reviews for his hometown newspaper, The Press Republican.
He lives in upstate New York with his husband Paul and their feisty diva Miniature Pinscher, Riley.