Humorous tales of mismanagement.
Fictionalised to protect the guilty, Fisher’s Fables is packed with unforgettable characters, witty dialogue and crushed egos. Nothing is sacred, nothing is off-limits as Kent Fisher battles corporate management, public spending cuts and dubious decisions to protect his team and public health. He’s aided and abetted by a cast of unforgettable characters, like Kelly, the personal assistant who gave up lap dancing so she could have a chair of her own.
Loosely based on the author’s experiences, Fisher’s Fables began life as a humorous blog that ran for seven years, creating the characters and setting for the Kent Fisher mysteries.
‘This is a great book. It’s bone dry humour, wicked observations, and super storytelling. You hear it all the time, but in this instance it’s true… I could not put it down.’ – Amazon review.