Joe Kissack: May 13, 2012

     

Joe Kissack  “The Fourth Fisherman

How Three Mexican Fisherman Who Came Back From the Dead Changed My Life and Saved My Marriage”

SOULS ADRIFT IN SEPARATE SEAS EXPERIENCE SAME RESCUE: How 3 Poor Fisherman Help Save Author’s Marriage

 

When I consider Your heavens, the work of Your fingers, the moon and the stars which you have ordained; What is man that You take thought of him, and the son of man that You care for him? Yet, You have made him a little lower than God, and You crown him with glory and majesty! ~Psalm 8

In the novel, The Fourth Fisherman, Joe Kissack tells the story of how three stranded fishermen at sea and a Hollywood executive drifting aimlessly in his life collide and find a common lifesaver. How fishermen from a Mexican village set out on a normal day to do their jobs, while Kissack reaches the pinnacle of his career and appears to be living the American dream.

What the men didn’t see was a storm brewing on the sea for the fishermen, and another in the heart of Kissack. The fishermen’s boat ends up adrift on the vast Pacific Ocean for nine months and 5,500 miles with their only hope a tattered Bible.

Meantime, Kissack’s life implodes leaving a shattered, broken man struggling with addictions and alienated from his wife and daughters. His lifeline also turns out to be the Bible and his search to meet the rescued fishermen who change his life.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Kissack is a speaker, author, screenwriter, film and television producer, publisher, and entrepreneur. He has worked on a farm, cleaned out refrigerated swinging beef trucks, and served as a senior executive at Sony Pictures. A sought-after speaker, his speaking engagements include charitable events, churches and business conferences. Kissack is available for select readings and lectures.

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