Fisher of Men
Publisher: Tumblar House
When people, and even great white sharks, suddenly become prey off Southern California, marine biologists Storm Hancock and Terry Ho battle through ruthless politicians, dangerous waters, and their personal quests for truth to track down a mysterious killer before it strikes again.
Publication Date: 2010-06-24
Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.7 inches
Whether fishing, spear fishing, free diving, scuba diving, body surfing, or board surfing, Terry Cross has been on or in the water most of his life. He worked two seasons on the Cat as a commercial abalone diver and helped put himself through nursing school teaching basic scuba as a NAUI/PADI instructor. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in biology. After attending his first Mass on a dare, he wound up leading the church choir where he met his wife of twenty-six years. He and Judy Ann still lead singing at Mass on Sundays, and on Saturdays Terry and his custom kneeboard are riding the waves. His hobbies are writing music and bird watching. Fisher of Men is Terry’s first novel. It drinks deeply from his real-life experiences and was written to share his thanksgiving for having lived them.
On the surface, the book is Jaws with Catholic elements interspersed in the background. But underneath, the book is so much deeper than that, with vivid scenery and animated characters to accompany the gripping plot. Fisher of Men is a book that you will want to dive into.