Shark Fin Soup

Shark Fin Soup

by Fred Barnett

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During a storm, Jesus appeared on a blue tarp upon the deck of The Vinnie Maru, demanding that agent Bernie Benedict find him a date.

Shark Fin Soup
A tale of sharks, gods, cannibals, mad cows and endless love.

Since bygone days, two ancient Pacific cannibal tribes have fought over which of their respective shark gods should rule the Seven Seas. Today, the 3000-year-old Melanesian war has reached the shores of the US.
‘Word on the street’ has it that the shark gods and their peckish followers are gearing up for a final, pay-per-view televised battle which will take place in Jamai-ca Bay, NY, on New Year’s Eve.
Leading up to the match, Interpol agent Bernie ‘The God Whisperer’ Bene-dict and his paranormal crew are watching the body count stack up along US wa-terfronts.
(And Jesus still wants a date.)
Soon, our hero finds himself in dangerous waters as he becomes the ‘prize’ in an over-heated mating game between two powerful deities — the luscious, lust-ful, Fijian shark goddess, Dauna, and her friend, Artemis, the majestic,‘virgin’ goddess of the hunt and moon.
Join the merriment as our hero, Bernie, through divine whoopie, is trans-formed into Cupcaecius, a deified dead ringer for the debonair screen legend Cary Grant.
“Please tell me you’re proud of me, darling. You’re looking at the first new god on Olympus in over five-thousand years!”

Product Details

BN ID: 2940155217947
Publisher: Fred Barnett
Publication date: 04/16/2018
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 6 MB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Fred ‘Freddy’ Barnett

Fred 'Freddy' Jay Deutsch Barnett (1950-2200)

When did I feel like a real writer? When, at 4-years-old I wrote my first dirty word and distributed it throughout the Miami hotel where my family was staying. It was widely read, reviews were good and we were 'moved' across the street.

I was born in 1950, in Neponsit, New York, a hurricane's breath from the beach.

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