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A swashbuckling American Indian takes center stage in “Carlomagno, Adventures of the Pirate Prince of the Wampanoag,” by author John Christian Hopkins (Narragansett). “Carlomagno,” is published by Blue Hand Books, a cooperative of Native authors founded in 2011 by Trace DeMeyer. His book is now available in paperback edition or as a Kindle e-book through Amazon.com. “We are so excited about the release of the newly revised, second edition of “Carlomagno,” DeMeyer said. “John and I agreed we’d add the tribal ancestry of his main character in the title. John remastered one of his great Native characters.” Captured during New England’s King Philip’s War, the young son of the Wampanoag sachem is sold into slavery in the West Indies. But he harbors the desire to taste freedom once more, and to return to his woodlands home. To do so he must escape the chains of his Spanish master, evade the terrible Cimaroons and conquer a land populated by wild beasts, poisonous serpents and man-eating alligators. If he survives those Herculean labors, Carlomagno’s journey will have only begun—for he must somehow find his way past the savage buccaneers stalking The Spanish Main! Hopkins, a member of the Narragansett Indian Tribe of Rhode Island, is a descendant of King Ninigret, patriarch of the tribe’s last hereditary royal family. “I like to blend real history with fiction,” Hopkins says. “What I have done here is to take a child that vanished from history and breathed new life into him.” Hopkins is an award-winning journalist. He currently lives on the Navajo Reservation with his wife, Sararesa. His other books include “Nacogdoches” and “Rhyme or Reason: Narragansett Poetry.” Another of Hopkins’ fiction titles, “TWILIGHT OF THE GODS” is being released as a book series “LOKI: God of Mischief,” in the fall of 2013.
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Award-wining journalist John Christian Hopkins is a member of the Narragansett Indian Tribe, a descendant of King Ninigret, patriarch of the tribe’s last hereditary royal family of Rhode Island. Among his ancestors was Quadrequina, brother to Massasoit and the one that introduced popped corn to the Pilgrims at the First Thanksgiving. Visit his blog: http://authorjohnchopkins.blogspot.com
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