John Clapp III
Seabird by Maine writer John Clapp III

John Clapp III

Scallop diver, Mississippi River boatman, Gulf of Mexico Supply boatman. Founder of Cellardoor Winery, stern man, herring boat captain, Manhattan cab driver, and sailor. Founder of the Old Granite Inn Rockland.

John has seen many interesting sights on land and under the sea. He has spent a large proportion of his life on the very islands and boats that he loves to portray in his stories. He considers himself a smiling observer of humanity.

SEABIRD A young woman with amnesia washes up on a tropical beach to discover she’s being pursued by a cutthroat band of pirates, a ruthless Asian triad, and the relentless FBI. She's glad she’s not dead, but she can’t remember how she got here. She is nameless. Naturally, she’s attractive, and while she struggles to find out her identity, she discovers she’s shrewd and capable. After all, I mean . . . what else would you expect?