“Pineapple Grenade is a topsy-turvy, slap-happy romp through Florida.” (Sun-Sentinel )
“Pineapple Grenade displays Dorsey’s talents as a comedian, a Florida historian, a political and social commentator, and a well-seasoned writer.” (Gainesville Times )
“A “guy” book, a real “man’s man” kind of novel. But kind of fun for the ladies to enjoy as well - they kind of give women an insight into the weird, wonderful way a man’s mind works when the boys are let loose with their toys.” (Ventura County Star )
“A blast… side-splitting satire.” (Richmond Times-Dispatch )
“Bestseller Dorsey dishes up his Miami mayhem with a side order of mordant wit … neither Dorsey’s fast-paced prose nor his delight in skewering human foolishness has lost its mischievous sparkle.” (Publishers Weekly )
“Hilarious” (Oklahoma City Oklahoman )
“A successful blend of high stakes thriller action a la Miami Vice with laid back beachcombing style.” (Denver Examiner )
“Up a notch … Dorsey’s 15th pits Serge against what may be the only folks as dysfunctional as he is: members of the international intelligence community.” (Kirkus Reviews )
“Bestseller Dorsey dishes up his Miami mayhem with a side order of mordant wit … neither Dorsey’s fast-paced prose nor his delight in skewering human foolishness has lost its mischievous sparkle.” (Go386.com )
“A rollicking ride” (All Good Things and More )
From the Back Cover
Miami has always set the weirdness bar, but Serge Storms is back in action and ready to pole-vault over it.
First, there's the media frenzy over the "Hollow Man," a gutless corpse found on the beach. And yet people think it's perfectly normal to find dead sharks in the middle of downtown boulevards—or to spot black mushroom clouds behind the airport.
Could this be the work of Serge, that eccentric trivialista and one-man vigilante squad? And why is he extensively photographing foreign consulates right before the critically important Summit of the Americas comes to town? Does it have something to do with Serge's declaration to his ever-stoned sidekick, Coleman, that he's decided to become a spy?
The intelligence community isn't amused, and they want answers:
How did Serge and Coleman get so cozy with the president of a banana republic?
Who is the femme fatale with a heart of gold—and national pride?
Why is the congressman in favor of the latest oil spill?
When did everyone in the city forget how to drive?
So put on your favorite pink flamingo shirt, hit the dunes of South Beach, and find all the answers in . . . Pineapple Grenade!