Synopses & Reviews
An eco-terrorist with a trust fund, Twilly Spree, is tailing a litterbug in a purple Range Rover with plates that read cojones. Before he knows it, Spree is up to his cojones in corrupt Florida politicos and some very sick puppies, including a Republicans-only hooker and a millionaire developer with a fetish for Barbies. But when Spree learns that the fate of an unspoiled island is at stake, he refuses to be intimidated. While defending the land and its indigenous toads, he'll steal a man's wife, gouge out the eyes of big game trophies, and even risk his life two or three times in the most outrageous Hiaasen novel yet
Twilly Spree, an eco-enthusiast, spots someone dumping litter onto the freeway and decides to teach them a lesson. Twilly discovers it is Palmer Stoat, a Florida political fixer whose current project happens to be the "malling" of a Gulf Coast island, and he gets mixed up in all kinds of trouble.
A characteristically chaotic and scabrous tale of eco-terrorism and corruption in the Sunshine state from Hiaasen, which was published to outstanding reviews in hardback. "A refreshing, exhilarating read." "Observer".