1948 copyright; Houghton Mifflin Company publishers, Boston; hardbound; very good condition with unmarked pages; boards quite good with minimal wear; no dust jacket.
Lloyd C. Douglas's 1948 novel 'The Big Fisherman' is an engaging fictional work on christian history.
It was a calm, early summer noon in the southern mountains of Arabia. Sheltering the King's well-guarded domain, a mile above and a dozen miles east of the Dead Sea, motionless masses of neighbourly white clouds hung suspended from a remote blue ceiling.
There had been an unusually heavy snowfall in the winter, not only upon the King's land but throughout the country. It was going to be a prosperous season for everybody. Intertribal jangling and discontent would be reduced to a minimum.