A Certified Gemologist and Registered Jeweler with the American Gem Society for many years, Frederick Fisher and his late wife, Eileen, shared a passion for travel and 'treasure-hunting' fine jewelry, oriental art and antiques. Until a few years ago, Fred and Eileen spent six months each year in different parts of the world.
Fred first began writing when he was an apprentice seaman in the U.S. Navy. He has written numerous articles for various magazines and newspapers and has several published books including China Adventures, Love and Marriage, and Serendipity. Confucius Jade was previously published in Singapore by Times International and is based on many years of extensive travel and encounters with the people in mainland China, east Asia and the Pacific Rim.
Fred lives in Sonoita, Arizona and still travels whenever he can.
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Three Lives of Eve
When an international financial scandal unfolds at her bookkeeping job, how will Eve – a secret Singapore masseuse on the weekends - protect her daughter and herself – especially when she knows all about the hidden, Green File?
Betrayal of Innocence: Samantha's Story
A demonic tale of crime, occult, bribery, blackmail and sex begins when Franz Joseph’s publisher in Singapore asks him to interview a young Chinese woman who has a story she wishes to sell.
Five years after the Tiananmen Square Massacre, will hard-line Communist leaders again suppress dissent or will the demands for democracy and freedom prevail? This fast-moving political thriller takes you into the deepest realms of Chinese political maneuvering, covert activities and surprising political alliances.
An enigmatic jade carving links the present-day descendants of Confucius with three of the world's wealthiest men, each of whom covets the priceless jade for its promise of long life and redemption. A Japanese pearl magnate, an Arabian oil sheik and an American media mogul find their destinies entwined with the Kong family in this epic tale of tradition, treachery and transcendence.
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