David Fisher

David Fisher is the author of more than seventy books including twenty-six best sellers. He writes on subjects ranging from Mafia hit men to Nobel Prize-winning biochemists. Fisher began his bestseller career with Killer (W.H. Allen, 1974), the first confessional by a Mafia hitman, and No One Would Listen (Wiley, 2010), the astonishing true-life whodunit about Harry Markopolos, the whistleblower who filed complaints against Bernie Madoff. Fisher’s more recent collaboration with William Shatner, titled Up Till Now: The Autobiography (Thomas Dunne Books, 2008), was a New York Times bestseller. He won a 1990 Grammy for the audio version of the bestselling Gracie: A Love Story written with George Burns and France's 'Prix Litterature de 1,000,000 Amis,' for Conversations with My Cat. The Pack (Ballantine Books, 1977) was released as a Warner Brothers feature film, and The War Magician (Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2004) was recently optioned by Tom Cruise. His most recent collaborations include Why Don't Cats Go Bald? (The Lyons Press, 2008) with Dr. Skip Sullivan (The Lyons Press, 2008), and Basic Tales with Col. Jack Jacobs.