Peter B. Bruck
Created by Robert Iles

According to his creator, PETER B. BRUCK's "1950s Manhattan private eye with a fourth-floor office on lower Broadway, and a secretary, Ella, who is as puritanical--and lucious--as he is lascivious. Bruck's a calm (to the point of laziness), full-of-humor, brainy guy. Ella's constantly Bruck that he's gotta earn some moolah to pay the bills--especially her pay cheque."

File Bruck under Screwball: his first-person accounts of cases carom all over the place, as interesting cases practically climb through the window to find him. Like the time a circus trick rider hires our hero to find out who shot his meal ticket, or Horse and Chester, two leg-breakers for Jackie Conn...well, you get the idea....

Robert Iles is a professional writer who switched from writing medical articles and books to write what he likes best, detective fiction. So far, Iles has written a dozen or so (and counting) stories in a series he calls The Adventures of Peter B. Bruck, Private Investigator.

TRUE CONFESSIONS

SHORT STORIES
Arranged in the sequence of his biography, not in the sequence of publication, by the author:

COLLECTIONS

Respectfully submitted by Kevin Burton Smith.


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