Frederick Bruce's New Book "Murder at the Cathedral" is About Boyhood Friends Who Have Thoughts of Becoming Priests, but Their Career Goals Change to Becoming Attorneys
Recent release "Murder at the Cathedral" from Page Publishing author Frederick Bruce tells the tale of an interesting array of characters in this thought provoking slice of humanity. The reader can easily identify with the characters and the situations they face.
LONG BEACH, Calif., June 29, 2018
LONG BEACH, Calif., June 29, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Frederick Bruce, a former accountant and currently practicing attorney, has completed his new book "Murder at the Cathedral": an intriguing book about murder, tragedy, and friendship.
According to Bruce, "After graduating from Northwestern University's School of Business, (I) worked for large corporations in the fields of accounting and financial analysis. Six years later, (I) became self-employed and ventured into new territories as a business counselor to small businesses. Clients ranged in size from one to ten people. Later (I) pursued legal studies and became an attorney and operated (my) law practice as a sole practitioner. While engaged in these careers, (I) encountered many interesting people and situations. As operators of small businesses, these clients often felt isolated and found (me) to be one that they could confide in regarding business and personal matters. They felt comfortable and confident in (my) opinions and guidance. For (me), it often presented him with interesting and eye-opening situations."
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Frederick Bruce's suspense-filled writings detail how boyhood friends, Scot and Mike, both grew up having thoughts of becoming priests. As they mature, their career goals evolve into their interests in law and becoming attorneys. The story follows Scot through his education and early employment history. It continues into his entry into a legal career.
Blended into the story is Scot's friend Mike, along with Mike's extended family. The major focus is on Mike's brother, John. Following a tragic event to his family, John tries to take matters into his own hands. Despite being in the early stages of his legal career, Scot finds himself representing John as his attorney.
Included in the story is the attorney client privilege, which is a significant legal rule. The attorney client privilege comes into play and is explained in detail by Scot to a client in a manner that takes the mystery out of the rule and makes it easily understood. Unfortunately, use of the privilege causes a serious dilemma for Scot after it is invoked by a client.
Readers who wish to experience this gripping work can purchase"Murder at the Cathedral" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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About Page Publishing:
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SOURCE Page Publishing, Inc.
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