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In his first book, Florida Roadkill, Dorsey introduced us to several characters who are still at large as his second story begins. Serge A. Storms is a spree killer and Florida history buff, still looking for the five million dollars that's stashed in the trunk of a Chrysler--unbeknownst to the driver--somewhere in the state. Johnny Vegas is a playboy who, because catastrophic events always seem to get in the way, has yet to lose his virginity. Also along for the zany ride is 90-year-old Mrs. Edna Ploomfield, who blows away a man delivering her flowers and chocolates; a DJ who changed his name legally to Boris the Hateful Piece of BLEEP so that he would not be BLEEPED on the air every time he used the name; and Safety Officer Chester "Porkchop" Dole who watches the monitors on the Sunshine Skyway Bridge. Along with a dancing Chihuahua who forecasts the weather, the Diaz Boys, Harvey Fiddlebottom, undercover cops, and a variety of oddballs, they will congregate in or around the seediest place never to have been shut down, the Hammerhead Ranch Motel on the Gulf of Mexico. There, they will play out their lunacy as Hurricane Rolando-berto bears down on them. This is a wonderful summertime read, relentlessly funny and impossible to put down. --Otto Penzler
Started listening to Tim's Florida stories on cd's, not plan to cycle through rest. Clever and makes me laugh out loud at times. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Dan Gowan
This book picks up where the first book ends. There are some of the same characters reappearing in addition to a whole slew of new ones. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Philip A. McClimon
Well what took me so long?! This book had been sitting on my shelf for years! I'm hooked now; just bought 11 more Tim Dorsey books, so that should tell you how much fun I had... Read morePublished 2 months ago by K. Shih
Just a bit all over the place , maybe I need to concentrate more! Not a great book for 1:00 am reading.Published 3 months ago by Book girl
This seems to be one of the earlier sequences in the Serge Saga.Published 3 months ago by Robert Lombard