Carl Hiaasen

Carl Hiaasen

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Wrecker was the most recently released book by Carl Hiaasen, on September 26th, 2023.

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Carl Hiaasen Stats: The highest rated book by Carl Hiaasen on Book Notification is Squirm, the 5th novel in the Juvenile series. The second-highest rated book is Native Tongue (Skink #2).

The most read book by Carl Hiaasen on Book Notification is Skinny Dip, the 2nd novel in the Mick Stranahan Books series. The second most read book is Squeeze Me, a Standalone novel.

Below is a complete list of Carl Hiaasen books in publication and chronological order, broken down by series.

List of Black Lizard Books in Publication Order

List of Skink Books in Publication Order

List of Mick Stranahan Books in Publication Order

List of Juvenile Books in Publication Order

List of Standalone Novels in Publication Order

List of Picture Books in Publication Order

List of Non-Fiction Books in Publication Order

List of Carl Hiaasen Anthologies in Publication Order

Carl Hiaasen: Biography

Carl Hiaasen (Carl Andrew Hiaason) was born on March 12th, 1953 and is currently 71 years old. Carl Hiaasen was born in Plantation, Florida, USA. Hiaasen attended University of Florida where he received a B.A. Journalism.

Carl Hiaasen (Carl Andrew Hiaason) is probably best known for his Standalone Novels. There are currently 8 novels available. The first standalone was released in 1986 with the novel Tourist Season. The most recently released novel was Squeeze Me which was released in 2020. There are no upcoming standalone novels by Carl at this time.

Carl Hiaasen has also written the Skink series which has 7 books including Double Whammy and Native Tongue.

Carl Hiaasen has been on the Kono Mystery ga Sugoi! list in Japan one time. It was in 2008 when his novel Skinny Dip was ranked #2 on the international list.

Carl Hiaasen: Awards & Accolades

Hiaasen's books have won multiple awards, Native Tongue won the Dilys Award, Best Mystery Novel, in 1992 as well as the Crime Writer's Association Award - Last Laugh Dagger in 1992. Hoot won the John Newbery Medal Awards, Newbery Honor, in 2003.

The following novels by Carl Hiaasen were nominated for these awards:

  • Tourist Season: Shamus Award, Best First P.I. Novel (1987).
  • Stormy Weather: Crime Writer's Association Award, Last Laugh Dagger (1996).
  • Naked Came the Manatee: Edgar Award, Best First Novel (2000).
  • Skinny Dip: Crime Writer's Association Award, Gold Dagger Award (2005).
  • Scat: Goodreads Awards, Best Middle Grade and Children’s (2009).
  • Star Island: Alex Awards, Best Book (2011).
  • Chomp: Goodreads Awards, Best Middle Grade and Children’s (2012).
  • Bad Monkey: Goodreads Awards, Best Humor (2013).
  • Squeeze Me: Goodreads Awards, Best Humor (2020). Lefty Award, Best Humorous Mystery Novel (2021). Audie Award, Best Male Narrator (2021).

Carl Hiaasen: TV/Movies Based on Books

In 2018, a pilot episode was made based on the novel Skinny Dip, for TV. It starred Marc Buckland and Sarah Write Olsen. The pilot was unfortunately not picked up and made into a TV series.

The standalone novel Strip Tease was made into the movie Striptease in 1996. It starred Demi Moore.

In 2005, Hoot was adapted to a movie. Directed by Will Shriner, the comedy movie starred Luke Wilson and Brie Larson.

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Carl Hiaasen: F.A.Q

When was Carl Hiaasen Born? How old is Carl Hiaasen?

Carl Hiaasen was born on March 12th, 1953. Carl Hiaasen is currently 71 years old.

Where was Carl Hiaasen Born?

Carl Hiaasen was born in Plantation, Florida, USA and is American.

What book awards has Carl Hiaasen won?

Native Tongue: Dilys Award Best Mystery Novel (1992), Crime Writer's Association Award Last Laugh Dagger (1992).
Hoot: John Newbery Medal Awards Newbery Honor (2003).

What was the first book Carl Hiaasen wrote?

The first novel written by Carl Hiaasen was Powder Burn, published in 1981.

What was the most recent book Carl Hiaasen wrote?

His most recently released work was Wrecker on September 26th, 2023.

Will there be any more books by Carl Hiaasen?

Carl Hiaasen does not have any upcoming books with a set publication date within the next few months at this time.

How many books has Carl Hiaasen written?

Carl Hiaasen has written 33 books. 4 books in the Black Lizard Series, 7 books in the Skink Series, 2 books in the Mick Stranahan Books, 6 books in the Juvenile Series, 8 Standalone Novels, 1 book in the Picture Books, 6 books in the Non-Fiction Books.

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    Austin D.
    Austin D.
    2 years ago

    Carl’s work is just great fun. His novel Stormy Weather is one of his best, and one of my absolute favorites. First time I read it, I fell off the couch laughing. Cannot recommend the novel enough to other people.

    While reading Lucky You it was easy to imagine it being made into quite the hysterical film. Skin Tight and Skinny Dip are both incredible reads that are sure to get you laughing as well. Even The Downhill Lie is an incredible read, whether you are a golf fan or not.

    Squeeze Me was another great read. Mastodon and his wife were incredibly realistic that only Carl could create.

    Michael K.
    Michael K.
    2 years ago

    My first encounter with Carl Hiaasen’s work was ‘Hoot.’ I think I watched the movie. I can’t be sure. My friend’s son is obsessed with it. He talks about it so much that I honestly can’t tell whether I watched it or if everything I know about the adaptation comes from our conversations.

    It doesn’t matter. Clearly, it wasn’t that good of a movie if I can’t remember it. The book is a different matter. I was so dismissive of ‘Hoot’ when I sat down to read it because an online review used words like ‘YA’ and ‘Feel Good’ to describe it.

    ‘Hoot’ was both of those things. However, I still loved it. At some point, I stopped rolling my eyes and started paying attention. This is one of those rare books that children and adults will love in equal measure.

    2 months ago

    I greatly enjoy the humor in the Hiaasen books

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