Books by Joseph Fisher

Joe Fisher holds a doctorate in Sociology (Tufts University) and a Master of Public Health degree (Harvard University). After successful careers in market research and public health policy consulting Joe now writes full time from his home base in Sanibel Island, Fl. Like his career, his writing has been varied and wide ranging from academic and business books and papers to trade works on such diverse topics as: • Public reactions to serial murder [KILLER AMONG US] • Spiritual and psychological aspects of recovering from a near death experience [THE NEXT BREATH] More recently, he has jumped into the world of illustrated children’s fiction. [RUSTY THE FORGOTTEN FIRE ENGINE]. He is now hard at work on two new Rusty adventures and a hometown story Ospreys in the Outfield. His work has earned praise from Kirkus Reviews, Publishers Weekly, The Library Journal, The Miami Herald and the New England Journal of Medicine among others. Recently Joe and Killer Among Us were featured in the A&E series The Killing Season.


RUSTY THE FORGOTTEN FIRE ENGINE by Joseph Fisher
CHILDREN'S
Released: May 15, 2017

"A children's tale that veers toward the sugary side, but the ups and downs of an anthropomorphic fire engine are sympathetically portrayed."
A once-beloved fire engine regains a town's affection in this picture book for lap readers. Read full book review >