Secret Tales of the American Wealthy

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Xlibris Corporation, May 12, 2004 - Fiction - 122 pages
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Secret Tales of the American Wealthy is a fictional story about how an extremely wealthy gentleman finds an author to write a book about the elite society of which he is a member. The explanations, stories and descriptions about the wealthy are supplied to the author in the form of voice tapes, notes and a trusted relative named, Paul. The elderly gentleman wishes to remain anonymous and directs the author to honor his wishes. His tales include secret societies within the United States, a hidden mountain vault filled with wealth, an underwater city located in the Gulf of Mexico, a adventurous young girl who wants freedom from her parents controlling ways, inside glances of how the wealthy control oil, possible doom of the American Wealthy and many more related themes. The introduction involves how this man of power and wealth finds his author. They meet at a remote fishing resort in northwestern Maine where the author is a fishing guide. Here you will read about an exciting fishing adventure and about a region visited by many wealthy American. The author is introduced to the reader then he takes over writing. Bill Flynn is the author. His material comes from his sponsor. To complete this book the author traveled to New York City, San Francisco and the mountains of California. His travels were required to interview certain people connected with the tales of this sponsor. The book ends with a short editorial from the author concerning the tales and his anonymous sponsor.

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At age eleven (1964), Bill Flynn began surfing. The Atlantic Ocean was only a hundred yards away from the Flynn family’s home in North Wildwood, New Jersey. As a child, teenager, and young adult, the beach and 2.8 miles long Boardwalk is where he worked and played. Surfing was, and still is, his favorite form of recreation. During the later 1960’s and throughout the 70’s, surfing the waves along the East Coast was a way of life for Bill Flynn. He worked hard and played hard. At the age of eighteen he hitch-hiked across the country and surfed for four weeks at Huntington Beach, California. The following year he toured the country on his 750cc BMW motorcycle. He made surfing stops at Huntington Beach, California and Melbourne Beach, Florida. In 1973 he fulfilled every surfer’s dream, he surfed the North Shore of Hawaii. For five weeks he communed with a group of surfers and rode the largest waves of his life (even till today).

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