A Pirate Looks at Fifty

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A Pirate Looks at Fifty is the autobiography of the singer and songwriter Jimmy Buffett, revolving around the singer's fiftieth birthday. The book was released on June 3, 1998.[1]

Buffett chronicles important happenings up to his fiftieth (the beginnings of his career, his plane crash, etc.) and his birthday celebrations - plane hopping in South America and the Caribbean.

The book headed the New York Times Bestseller non-fiction list in June 1998,[2] making him the sixth author in that list's history to have reached #1 on both the fiction and non-fiction lists.[citation needed]

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