Saturday afternoon in Grange, Florida.
Virtually unnoticed, JoLayne Lucks stops by the Grab'n'Go to play the same numbers she's played every week for five years.
17-19-22-24-27-30. Each lotto number marking the age she dumped a tiresome lover.
She doesn't know it yet, but the discarded men in JoLayne's life have finally amounted to something.
28 million dollars and whole swamp full of trouble...
'Barrels along with the crazy logic of a Tarantino movie ... the funniest, most unputdownable read to have come my way in years' Daily Mail
'Peppered with some of the funniest one-liners and situations Hiaasen has ever devised' Daily Telegraph
'Crime fiction at its most entertaining' Mail on Sunday
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - repb - LibraryThing
I felt the story went on way too long. Way. Lots of moronic nonsense for which he is well known. Some very funny parts, of course, but a bit too dark for my tastes ... and the language was very bad. Unnecessarily bad! Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - anglophile65 - LibraryThing
I do enjoy Carl Hiassen's style and wit. I couldn't read all of them back to back, but when I want to take a break from my norm-mysteries, I truly enjoy them. They are laugh out loud funny. There are always the criminals-portrayed is stupid, doing idiotic stunts. Read full review