The Man from Nantucket is a book about a true American hero and legend. "The Man" was a real person, with a real name. He was born Sam Swathorn in 1906. Sam became well known and respected early in his life for his fine command of filthy limericks. However, few patriots remember Sam as a bonefied American hero!
Swathorn's exploits rivaled those of Pecos Bill, Paul Bunyan, Daniel Boone, Lizzie Borden, Johnny Appleseed and Bettie Page. This exciting TRUE story was adapted from The Timeless Children’s Classic ‘The Bountiful Mutiny’ by Infinity Upton-Downes and her “Tales of Salty Sea Men and Soaked Sirens.”
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|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Little Freddy Barnett was born in Far-Rockaway (Fah-Rahkaway), New Yawk. His parent’s (two) soon moved his family to the warmer waters and authentic Mexican cuisine of Southern California in the early 1960s. After marriage and a lovely daughter, it was off to Kailua, Hawaii, where he lingers, loiters and languishes today. His previous works include two underwater videos and music recordings. Two of his current music CDs (CDbaby.com) are “Wiki Waki Woo - Souvenirs” and “Hey Bahtoondah by the Half-Naked Savages.” In 2010, Fred published “Shark Stories” (Amazon). “Second Chances” a collection of short stories has been released this year. "Bats," a love story about two of history's most infamous Transylvanian mass murderers is up to bat, next in 2013. In 2014, he will release his full-length novel, “Shark Fin Soup — A tale of Shark Gods, Cannibals, Mad Cows and Endless Love.”