Nature Girl

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Black Swan, 2007 - Florida - 399 pages
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Honey Santana -self-proclaimed queen of lost causes - has a Plan.

She's working on a scheme to help rid the world of irresponsibility, indifference and dinner-time telemarketers. She's also taking part-time telephonist Boyd Shreve and his less-than-enthusiastic mistress to Dismal Key - one of the Everglades' Ten ThousandIslands - for a gentle lesson in civility.

What Honey doesn't know is that lurking in the island's undergrowth is Sammy Tigertail, half-blood Seminole Indian and wholly failed alligator wrestler, with death on his mind; and Honey's deranged co-worker, Louis Piejack, now with most of his fingers surgically mis-attached to the wrong knuckles, and intent on revenge.

A holiday to die for? In Hiaasen's extraordinary universe, anything can happen ...

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User Review  - MugsyNoir - LibraryThing

I wasn't overwhelmed with NATURE GIRL. While it had Hiaasen's usual mix of humor and irony, it suffered from a lack of sympathetic characters, save one and the plot was weak. Not his best. Read full review

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User Review  - LibraryCin - LibraryThing

Honey Santana is a divorced mom of a 12-year old. One evening, after losing her job, she is interrupted during supper with her son by a telemarketer. After a heated discussion, Honey is determined to ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
13
Section 2
29
Section 3
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About the author (2007)

Carl Hiaasen was born and raised in Florida. He is the author of twelve previous novels, including Sick Puppy, Lucky You, Stormy Weather, Basket Case, Skin Tight, Skinny Dip and, most recently Hoot and Flush, both novels for children.

He also writes a weekly column for the Miami Herald.

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