Tourist Season (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Mar 24, 1986 - Fiction
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The only trace of the first victim was his Shriner's fez washed up on the Miami beach. The second victim, the head of the city's chamber of commerce, was found dead with a toy rubber alligator lodged in his throat. And that was just the beginning... Now Brian Keyes, reporter turned private eye, must move from muckraking to rooting out murder, in a caper that will mix football players, politicians, and police with a group of fanatics and a very hungry crocodile
  

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After reading several of Hiaasen's books that are more directly at the younger crowd, I decided to try several of his adult novels, including his now "classic" tourist season. This book was highly ... Read full review

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After reading several of Hiaasen's books that are more directly at the younger crowd, I decided to try several of his adult novels, including his now "classic" tourist season. This book was highly ... Read full review

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Carl Hiaasen (b. 1953) is the "New York Times "bestselling and award-winning author of more than twenty adult and young adult novels and nonfiction titles, including the novels "Strip Tease "(1993) and "Skinny Dip "(2004), as well as the mystery-thrillers "Powder Burn "(1981), "Trap Line" (1982), and "A Death in China "(1984), which were cowritten with fellow "Miami Herald "journalist Bill Montalbano (1941-1998). Hiaasen is best known for his satirical writing and dark humor, much of which is directed at various social and political issues in his home state of Florida. He is an award-winning columnist for the "Miami Herald", and lives in Vero Beach.

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