When eco-enthusiast Twilly Spree spots someone in a Range Rover dumping litter onto the freeway, he decides to teach him a lesson - only to discover that his target is Palmer Stoat, one of Florida's cockiest and most powerful political fixers, whose current project just happens to be the 'malling' of a Gulf Coast Island . . . A quick spot of dognapping later and the pathologically short-tempered Twilly finds himself embroiled in a murky world of singing toads, bogus big-game hunters, large vet bills and in the company of an infamous ex-governer who's gone back to nature with a vengeance. With SICK PUPPY, Carl Hiaasen unleashes another outrageously funny tale that gleefully lives up to its title and proves yet again that Hiaasen is master of the satirical thriller.
'The funniest crime novelist to put pen to paper' - Evening Standard
'A story that'll make you roar with laughter' - Mirror
'Arguably his best novel yet' - Heat
'A refreshing, exhilarating read' - Observer
'Savage and very funny' - Sunday Telegraph'Hiaasen is untouchable' - The Times