Bruce T Jones’s artistic fabrication of fiction stretches his entire lifetime. But it took a faithful sequence of events to launch his career as a published author. A “Just passing through,” trip to the Big Easy, led to a late-night historical tour through the French Quarter, ending at the Old Ursuline Convent, and then came The Legend
Jones’s thrillers are laced with romanticism and overtones of inescapable destiny. Only recently did Jones discover his lineage includes a coat of arms granted in 1631 by the Duke of Transylvania, Sigismundus Bathori. It appears that legends of vampires really DO course through his veins.
Mere destiny? You decide.