Tourist Season

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Penguin, Mar 24, 1986 - Fiction - 413 pages
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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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User Review  - CatEllington - LibraryThing

This one is typical Carl Hiaasen: wonderfully written; great plot; classic page-turner; funny as only a novel by Hiaasen can be. I truly enjoyed Tourist Season. And I hated for it to end. The ending ... Read full review

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User Review  - BookConcierge - LibraryThing

I just "discovered" Hiaasen last year and am trying to read all his works. This is one of his first novels and I can see his talent, although I don't think it's his best effort. He is fun to read and I'll keep reading his works. Read full review

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About the author (1986)

CARL HIAASEN was born and raised in Florida. He is the author of thirteen previous novels, including the best sellers Bad Monkey, Star Island, Nature Girl, Skinny Dip, Sick Puppy, and Lucky You, and five best-selling children’s books, Hoot, Flush, Scat, Chomp, and Skink. His most recent work of nonfiction is Dance of the Reptiles, a collection of his columns from The Miami Herald.

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