Born in 1943, Bruce Russell writes novels and short stories. His first novel, Jacob’s Air, which won the 1995 TAG Hungerford Award. His second novel was The Chelsea Manifesto in 1999. In 2003, he publishes Channelling Henry, a crime novel. All three novels are published by Fremantle Press.
You can borrow his novels from your local public library. If they don’t have it, they can make an interlibrary loan request from another library. And it’s free!