Book: Tortoise Stew - Florida Fiction, Book 1 by P.C. Zickcategories: Book, Action and Adventure, Florida Politics, Murder Mystery, Rural Florida, Environmental Fiction, Contemporary Fiction
P.C. Zickabout this book: Take a wild and wacky ride through the quagmire of Florida politics in a Hiaasen-like novel about the fight to save the last of the Florida landscape from developers. The environmentalists who oppose Monster Mart resort to underhanded means to save their small towns while journalists fight to capture it all. It's never boring with bombs, dead gopher tortoises, and a gun-toting Santa Claus. Nothing is off limits in this raucous tale of Florida at its craziest.
Kelly reported the news. But when a bomb is left on her desk, she becomes the news. Someone wants her to stop reporting on proposed developments that threaten to destroy the landscape and bucolic nature of rural Florida.
Tortoise Stew by the award-winning and bestselling author, P.C. Zick, pays tribute to Florida and its quirkiness. If you like Carl Hiaasen, Tim Dorsey, and Randy Wayne White, then you'll love this contemporary novel where gopher tortoises are left as calling cards and ranches boast African safaris.
Buy this book to be transported into the often humorous and always entertaining world of Florida's wildest life of all--its people.
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