Stormy Weather by Carl Hiaasen

Stormy Weather

Carl Hiaasen

Very violent and very, very funny. If Florida is really is like this then it's probably not a good holiday destination for your granny.

Extract

Edie stayed cool. Flirting with Reedy was out of the question .... She steered him away from the hall closet where the crazy geezer with the auger spike was propped, bound and gagged.

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  • Fatlands by Sarah Dunant
  • The Last Manly Man by Sparkle Hayter

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