Lizard World by Terry Richard Bazes

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A dentist from New Jersey, marooned at midnight in the Florida swamps, makes the mistake of falling into the clutches of a hilariously depraved family of amateur surgeons devoted to a 17th-century libertine whose discovery of an elixir has kept his evil presence alive for the past three-hundred years.

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Published December 5, 2011 by Livingston Press. 263 pages
Genres: Romance, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Armed with a stolen map scribed by none other than Ponce de Lion, dentist Max Nathan Smedlow sets out on a quest for immortality that takes a curious detour when his car strikes a wayward alligator on a Florida road.

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“There is much to like about Lizard World, but the book ultimately resembles the spliced creatures that inhabit its narrative: It is an uncomely hybrid less than the sum of its parts, but still strangely captivating.” Deep in the Florida Everglades, the Frobey family—a redneck clan too dysfunctio...

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