Davis MacDonald is an author of Mystery Novels, including "The Judge" Series, the first book of which is "death on…THE HILL".
Davis MacDonald grew up in Southern California and writes of places about which he has intimate knowledge. A member of the National Association of Independent Writers and Editors, (NAIWE), his career has spanned Law Professor, Bar Association Chair, Investment Banker and Business Lawyer. He currently provides legal representation to clients throughout the United States and Offshore. Many of the colorful characters in his novels are drawn from his personal experience. "death on THE HILL" is his first work introducing "The Judge". The second book in the series, "death on THE ISLAND", is scheduled to be E published in late 2014.
(LINK TO AN INTERVIEW WITH DAVIS MacDONALD)
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