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Aleutian Sparrow

Hesse, Karen
Told in unrhymed verse, it's about the removal of the Aleuts from the Alaskan Panhandle islands during World War II.

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12/2009

Bad Monkey

Hiaasen, Carl
A police detective demoted to restaurant inspector investigates an arm caught by a sports fisherman.

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8/2013

Basket Case

Hiaasen, Carl
Rock music guy gets killed by wife. Guy loses eye after getting whacked by a frozen lizard.

QUOTE:

..."none of whom matches my description of the coppery-haired felatee."--page 121.

BONUS QUOTE:

He wore a peerless wool suite but otherwise he looked terrible drawn and sleepless, with scotal bags under his anxious green eyes. --page 308.

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2/2003

Double Whammy

Hiaasen, Carl
Bass fishing intrigue in Florida.

QUOTE:

He tried to remember the polite things to say when a beautiful stranger struck up a conversation about oral sex. None of the obvious replies seemed appropriate for a funeral.

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4/2000

Flush

Hiaasen, Carl
Noah helps his dad expose a polluting casino boat in Florida.

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6/2006

Hoot

Hiaasen, Carl
Teen tries to stop destruction of owl habitat by nasty pancake restaurant corporation.

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9/2005

Lucky You

Hiaasen, Carl
Two losers steal a lottery ticket in Florida. Good story.

QUOTE:

"Bad news?" "Sort of," ... "Apparently I'm dead."

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3/2000

Native Tongue

Hiaasen, Carl
Very humorous story involving a theme park in Florida. And a dolphin. Interestingly, no one had dead animals clamped to their arm in this one...

QUOTE:

Four thousand poinds of ugly Detroit steel on his toes and not even a twinge of pain. Incredible, Pedro thought; the ultimate result of supreme physical conditioning! Or possibly the drugs.

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4/2000

Nature girl

Hiaasen, Carl
Possibly bipolar Honey launches a plan to teach some manners to a Texan telemarketer that insulted her.

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11/2006

Scat

Hiaasen, Carl
Saving a Florida panther kitty and its mother. The usual odd assortment of Carl Characters.

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5/2009

Sick Puppy

Hiaasen, Carl
Palmer Stoat doesn't seem to get the message about his litter- ing. A lovable labrador is on the cover.

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12/2000

Skin Tight

Hiaasen, Carl
A plastic surgeon mucks up operations and murders. Interesting prosthetic hand in this one.

QUOTE:

"Where's the bubble?" he said. "Smack dab in the center." "Right," Stranahan said. "See--they're lined up perfectly."

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10/2000

Skink No Surrender

Hiaasen, Carl
Mallory runs away from home, her friend Richard meets Skink and they team up to find her. A "teen"-downed story, pretty good, a little slow near the end, good ending, though.

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10/2015

Skinny Dip

Hiaasen, Carl
Woman survives murder attempt by husband, gets back at him. Swamps, snakes, gators, and a large hairy guy.

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11/2004

Star Island

Hiaasen, Carl
Untalented pop star Cherry Pye falls to revive a faltering career. No one loses a limb to a Floridian animal in THIS book, although one guy gets shot in the butt.

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11/2010

Stormy Weather

Hiaasen, Carl
Big hurricane wipes out a goodly portion of Florida.

QUOTE:

"Accept no imitations"

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4/2000

Striptease

Hiaasen, Carl
"Funny as hell.", "Hilarious..." say the blurbs. I was roused to laughter only five times. On pages 170, 287, 260, 364 and 414 of the paperback edition. Never the less, it was entertaining so I am going to try his other books.

QUOTE:

"This is a classy operation,... didn't you notice the napkins?"

BONUS QUOTE:

...Shad...was... reading a large-print edition of The Plague by Albert Camus. The book made Shad feel slightly better about living in South Florida.

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2/2000

Tourist Season

Hiaasen, Carl
A newspaper man comes up with a solution to the tourist problem in Florida.

QUOTE:

With a shift in economic fortunes Wilson had been forced to quit shooting heroin, so he'd turned to reading in his spare time.

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2/2000

Trap Line

Hiaasen, Carl and Bill Montalbano
A crawdad fisherman in Florida (imagine that!) has problems drug smugglers and the law.

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11/2000

The Eyeball collector

Higgins, P. E.
Hector swears revenge on the man with one eye (and a big nose) who blackmails his father, causing him to die of a heart attack. Very good, now I have to read the rest of the related books!

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12/2009
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[Abadzis - Alcott] [Alcott - Anderson] [Andreae - Atkinson] [Atkinson - Balf] [Ballard - Barnard] [Barnard - Barnes] [Barnhill - Barr] [Barr - Bear] [Bear - Beaton] [Beaton - Beaton] [Beattie - Bivald] [Black - Block] [Block - Bonham] [Borchert - Brenaman] [Brennert - Bryson] [Bryson - Bujold] [Bujold - Cannell] [Cannell - Card] [Card - Caunitz] [Caunitz - Choldenko] [Choldenko - Clarke] [Clarke - Cody] [Cody - Colfer] [Colfer - Connelly] [Connelly - Constantine] [Constantine - Corbett] [Corcoran - Crais] [Crais - Crichton] [Crichton - Curry] [Curry - Cussler] [Cussler - Dean] [Deaver - Dixon] [Dixon - Dowell] [Dozois - DuPrau] [Durham - Emerson] [Emerson - Evanovich] [Evans - Farmer] [Farmer - Fitzhugh] [Flanagan - Flinn] [Flint - Foster] [Foster - Francis] [Francis - Francis] [Francis - Freedman] [Freedman - Gaiman] [Galli - Gerber] [Gibbons - Gores] [Gores - Granger] [Granger - Greenfield] [Greenlaw - Grimes] [Grimes - Haddix] [Haddix - Hall] [Hall - Hallinan] [Hallinan - Hautman] [Hautman - Heinlein] [Heinlein - Heller] [Heller - Herman] [Herman - Hess] [Hesse - Higgins] [Highsmith - Hobb] [Hobb - Hosseini.] [Howe - Iversen] [Ives - Johnson] [Johnson - Kaminsky] [Kaminsky - Kellog] [Kellog - King] [King - Klise] [Knight - Kraus] [Krueger - Larson] [Larson - Leckie] [Leckie - Leonard] [Lescroart - Lichtman] [Liebster - Lowry] [Lowry - Lynch] [MacAvoy - Mankell] [Mankell - Martine] [Martine - Matas] [Matthews - McCall Smith] [McCall Smith - McCrumb] [McCullers - Meluch] [Meluch - Moffett] [Monninger - Moon] [Moore - Muir] [Muir - Nicholson] [Nimmo - Norton] [Novik - O'Brian] [O'Brian - Oliver] [Oppel - Paretsky] [Paretsky - Parker] [Parker - Parker] [Parker - Patterson] [Patterson - Pears] [Pears - Perry] [Perry - Pohl] [Pope - Poyer] [Poyer - Pratchett] [Pratchett - Pronzini] [Pronzini - Pullman] [Pullman - Reeve] [Reeve - Riggs] [Ringo - Robinson] [Robinson - Rowling] [Rubens - Saberhage] [Saberhagen - Scalzi] [Scalzi - Scieszka] [Scithers - Scottoline] [Scottoline - Sheinkin] [Sheinkin - Simak] [Singer - Sneider] [Snelling - Standiford] [Stanhope - Stephenson] [Stephenson - Stross] [Stross - Swee] [Sweeney - Tepper] [Thompson - Turtledove] [Turtledove - Van Draanen] [Van Draanen - Varley] [Veglahn - Watts] [Webster - Werlin] [West - Westlake] [Westlake - Winchester] [Winchester - Woods] [Wouk - Zusak] 

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