Squeeze Me: A novel

Written by:
Carl Hiaasen
Narrated by:
Scott Brick

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
August 2020
11 hours 40 minutes
NEW YORK TIMES BEST SELLER • A hilarious novel of social and political intrigue, set against the glittering backdrop of Florida’s gold coast, from the author of Skinny Dip and Razor Girl

“If you could use some wild escapism right now, Hiaasen is your guy.” —The New York Times


At the height of Palm Beach’s charity ball season, Kiki Pew Fitzsimmons, a prominent member of geriatric high society, suddenly vanishes during a swank gala. Kiki Pew was a founding member of the Potussies, a group of women dedicated to supporting the President, who spends half the year at the “Winter White House” just down the road. Meanwhile, Angie Armstrong, wildlife wrangler extraordinaire, is called to the island to deal with a monster-sized Burmese python that has taken residency in a tree. But the President is focused on the disappearance of Kiki Pew. Never one to miss an opportunity to play to his base, he immediately declares her a victim of rampaging immigrant hordes. This, it turns out, is far from the truth, which now lies in the middle of the road, where a bizarre discovery brings the First Lady’s motorcade to a grinding halt. Irreverent, ingenious, and uproariously entertaining, Squeeze Me perfectly captures the absurdity of our times.
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Carla S.

Classic Hiassen

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Fred Saleeby

hysterical as usual and always on the money

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Hannah G.

Totally Hiaasen. Totally awesome! Great read!

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Donna R.

Does not disappoint.

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Deborah C.

This will be the last Car Hiaasen book for me. Too political!

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Diana L.

Absolutely hilarious! As a German I‘m glad that our head of state doesn‘t give so much way for inspiration. ;)

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Always a pleasure.

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James K.

Carl Hiassen never disappoints. "Squeeze Me" is wonderful to listen to and I can, as a former long term Floridian, able to see Palm Beach as it kind of really is. I love the reoccurrence of the governor's driver Jim and the fugitive governor Skink. Highly recommend.

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Chuck T

I love his books. This one was disappointing. The plot was weak. It seemed as if he rushed the book, just to get it out. Hope the next one is better.

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