Striptease - Carl Hiaasen Reviews
Description:ISBN 8401463149 / Author: Carl Hiaasen / Genre: Fiction
Newest Review: ... the only Hiaasen novel to feature a woman in the main part, would have less to offer female readers than any of his other ... more
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by - written on 21/11/00, updated on 21/11/00 (Very useful, 37 readings)
Despite his rather boyish tendency to blow things up and rip bits off of people, Carl Hiaasen is not quite the lad you might take him for. Female characters in his novels are invariably sensible and sympathetic people, rarely succumbing to the greed and mayhem of his men. Of course, this sometimes marginalises them, as it's only the mad chaps who can keep Hiaasen's comic universe ticking over. On the face of it, 'Strip Tease', the only Hiaasen novel to feature a woman in the main part, would have less to offer female readers than any of his other books. Anyone who has seen the comprehensively dreadful, tawdry movie version, would have this ... Read the complete review
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