From the bestselling author of BAD MONKEY and RAZOR GIRL comes this hilarious new novel of social and political intrigue, set against the glittering backdrop of Florida's gold coast.
It's the height of the Palm Beach charity ball season: for every good cause, there's a reason for the local luminaries to eat (minimally), drink (maximally), and be seen. But when prominent high-society dowager Kiki Pew suddenly vanishes during a swanky gala, and is later found dead, panic and chaos erupt.
Kiki was an ardent fan of the Winter White House resident just down the road, and a founding member of the POTUSSIES, a group of women dedicated to supporting their President - who immediately declares that Kiki was the victim of rampaging immigrant hordes. This, it turns out, is far from the truth.
The truth might just lie in the middle of the highway, where a bizarre discovery brings the First Lady's motorcade to a grinding halt. Enter Angie Armstrong, wildlife wrangler extraordinaire, who is summoned to the posh island to deal with a mysterious and impolite influx of huge, hungry pythons . . .Carl Hiaasen can brighten even the darkest of days and SQUEEZE ME is pure, unadulterated Hiaasen. Irreverent, ingenious, and highly entertaining, it perfectly captures the absurdity of our times.
Number of Pages: 352
Publication Date: 10 Sep 2020
Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
Publication City, Country: London, United Kingdom
Dimensions (cm): 23.2(H) x 15.2(L) x 2.8(W)
Weight (gm): 460
From the opening page, there is a confidence, economy and enjoyability - Guardian
A masterclass in black humour - Daily Mail
He always adds something extra to the mix . . . jauntiness, wit and larger-than-life characters - Sunday Express
He is a comic genius - Evening Standard
He has sky-high standards for elegance, craziness and mike-drop humor - New York Times
Carl Hiaasen was born and raised in Florida. His previous novels include the bestselling Nature Girl
, Star Island
, Bad Monkey
and Razor Girl
, and three bestselling children's books, Hoot
. They have been translated into 34 languages, 33 more than he can read or write. Carl Hiaasen also writes an award-winning weekly column for The Miami Herald