Explore Tax Novels by Bruce Bronstein

For those who enjoy reading about tax avoidance and tax evasion schemes, a new novelist has emerged with a lot to say about the subject. Bruce Bronstein has taken the subject of tax controversy to new levels. Both informative and witty, his novels explore a variety of controversial tax issues and how such controversies are handled by the various functions within the IRS and eventually resolved by our legal system.

Bruce Bronstein is a former IRS Tax Law Specialist who worked exclusively in the area of mergers and acquisitions before joining the Appeals Division, where he handled a diverse workload of cases, including some of the largest and most complex cases in the country. For the past 25 years, he has specialized in civil fraud cases, which have served as the inspiration for his tax novels.

Fraud cases are typically the most factually interesting tax cases. Throughout his career in the Appeals Division, Bruce has handled a variety of fascinating fraud cases that devotees of his novels find compelling reading.