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Finding Fish is a 2001 autobiographical book by Antwone Fisher.
Fisher was born in prison to an incarcerated mother and a father who had been shot by a girlfriend. After being placed in foster care, Fisher was treated brutally and blamed for his own misfortunes. He was also sexually abused by a woman who often babysat him from around age 3 to 8. He then was sent to George Junior Republic. Eventually, he found his way into a stable job in the Navy.
- Fisher, Antwone Quenton (2001). Finding Fish (1st edition ed.). William Morrow & Company. ISBN 0-688-17699-2.
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