Stormy Weather

Stormy Weather

Large Print - 1995
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A hilarious new novel of greed and corruption from the bestselling author of "Strip Tease". The story focuses on southern Florida at the height of the tourist season, when a ferocious hurricane hits--luring con artists, carpetbaggers, and would-be saviors like hyenas to the lion's kill. "Hiaasen himself is a one-man force of nature".
Publisher: Rockland, MA. : Wheeler Pub., c1995
Edition: Large print ed. --
ISBN: 9781568952765
Branch Call Number: LP FIC Hiaas 3558ad 1
Characteristics: 491 p. --


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Feb 26, 2016

I've read all of his books, but find the most recent ones no longer that funny. I believe Stormy Weather is the best of them. It reminds me of the cruise port of St. Bart's where my mother and I took a very awkward tour of the disaster area which had just been hit by 3 successive hurricanes.

Oct 10, 2012

One of the best Hiassens I've read. Recommended if you like it raunchy and fun sometimes. Ahem.

freemanh Jul 28, 2011

Funny, like most of Carl Hiaasen's work. I liked the characters in this book a lot.

Jul 24, 2011

Hiaasen's best combining tourist stupidity, insurance fraud, shady characters of all sorts, foolish people, and, best of all, Skink. This book takes place in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew when southeast Florida was flattened. A couple who are supposed to be on their Disney honeymoon set out to videotape some of the damage. With that simple notion, things take off and rapidly get completely out of hand.

Feb 15, 2011

Stormy Weather ----
by Carl Hiaasen c - 2003 ---- Great read! ---- Will post later ---- Enjoy! ---- RichardPaul

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