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Carl Hiaasen was born and raised in Florida, where he still lives with his family.
A graduate of the University of Florida, at age 23 he joined The Miami Herald as a general assignment reporter and went on to work for the newspaper’s weekly magazine and prize-winning investigations team.
The line between loving and hurting nature seems to be a fine one on the southwestern edge of the vast swamp and grasslands known as the Everglades.
My fiance, Don, and I have come here specifically to ride an airboat - a flat-bottomed vessel able to cut through shallow waters and fly over marsh grasses at high speeds and decibel levels.
Hiaasen began writing novels in early 1980s with his good friend and fellow journalist, William D. Together they wrote three mystery thrillers – published in 1986, was Hiaasen’s first solo novel. With Bad Monkey, Carl Hiaasen is back doing what he does best: spinning a wickedly funny, fiercely pointed tale in which the greedy, the corrupt, and the degraders of pristine land get their comeuppance.