Why do you say that? the sergeant asks. Because there were no stitches in the body. In Mr. Stomarti's case, we were able to retrieve his body fairly quickly and transport it here, to Nassau. But my point, says Weems, is that we are stretched thin. On the day of your brother's diving accident there was a bad crash in Freeport.
Carl Hiaasen - Basket Case. 1. Regarding the death of James Bradley Stomarti: what first catches my attention is his age. Thirty-nine. That's seven years younger than I am. I'm drawn to the young and old, but who isn't? The most avidly read obituaries are of those who died too soon and those who lasted beyond expectations. There is no James or J. Stomarti in the county phone book, but a Janet Thrush is listed in Beckerville. A woman picks up on the third ring. I tell her who I am and what I'm writing. Sorry," she says, "it's a bad time. You're Jimmy's sister?" "That's right. Look, can you call back in a couple days?"
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Basket Case, published in 2002, is the ninth novel by Carl Hiaasen. It is a classic Hiaasen crime novel, set in Florida, and centers on the death of singer James Stomarti (aka Jimmy Stoma), an ostensibly washed-up former lead man of "Jimmy and the Slut Puppies". This novel marks the first time Hiaasen used first-person point of view to deliver the novel. In previous works, he used third-person view.
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Hiaasen basically hates everybody in Miami, Florida, and he writes lovingly Carl Hiaasen is funny. But he's probably not so funny to a lot of people, namely politicians (Republicans and Democrats alike), the Aryan Brotherhood, trailer trash, people who spend thousands on plastic surgery, plastic surgeons, Colombian drug dealers, tourists, pedophiles, supermodels, criminals, and dog-haters.
Carl Hiaasen never disappoints. Basket Case is another in his series of fictional high jinks of the rascals of South Florida and the down-and-out hero who catches them in the end. You get to like the main character whose paper is bought out by money-grubbing entitled rich and who is put into a dark corner of the paper on the obituary desk when he dares speak his mind. Hmm, is Carl writing from what he knows? Basket Case has a cast of odd characters with hearts of gold and bad guys who are easy to spot, but Hiaasen has a few tricks up his sleeve that makes the ending a surprise.