Robert G. Fuller, Jr., a graduate of Princeton University and the University of Pennsylvania Law School, practiced law in Maine for thirty-five years. He also served in the Navy’s Judge Advocate General’s Corps.
During his career, Fuller developed extensive contacts among Maine trial lawyers, judges, law-enforcement personnel, forensic analysts, and prosecutors, all of which contributed to the authentic flavor of his debut novel, Unnatural Deaths. He has a keen ear for the local vernacular of not only those who work in law enforcement, but also the lawyers and ordinary citizens of Maine. Having worked in Augusta, the state capital, he understands how Maine government and its bureaucrats, legislators, and lobbyists operate.
Fuller’s military-themed short story, "Flashback Morning," about a Maine veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom, was published by the Milspeak Foundation in a recent anthology of short works by members of the military. He has also written occasional articles on historical subjects and a series entitled Legal Cases of the War for Southern Independence, which appeared in The Confederate Sharpshooter. He is at work on a Maine-based crime/mystery short story.