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Tiger Shrimp Tango: A Novel (Serge Storms) Hardcover – January 28, 2014
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“Tim Dorsey balances the right blend of crime, mystery, humor and zaniness to a very special and engaging effect.” (ReviewingTheEvidence.com)
“Another quirky plot that will make you laugh out loud... All of Tim Dorsey’s books have been a delight, but I think this one is at the head of the pack.” (BookLoons.com)
“Wild; lovingly violent; and very, very clever.” (MyrtleBeachOnline.com)
A fun book to read. The workings of Serge’s mind is a wondrous thing. (The Oklahoman)
Top Customer Reviews
Regardless, this is a stand alone novel. You can read it without having read other Serge books and will only miss out a little because you will not know some of the reoccurring characters. You should read this if you want
To read how an ostrich can kill
To see how Mentos are a dangerous weapon
To see how cigars can kill
To see how a lobster can kill
To see how home made napalm can be used
To learn why Glee is a superb show
To learn why the Democrats and Republicans would both not want Jesus to run for office,
Etc. Etc. Etc.
This book is hilarious, loaded with Florida trivia, hilarious, a story of scammers defeated and,did I mention, hilarious?
Read it! Read it! Read it!
I always prepay for Tim Dorsey and then forget about the date. Then I am pleasantly surprised when I get an email stating the book has been downloaded to my Kindle.
Like I stated before, you have to be a fan to enjoy and give high marks, otherwise you're a critic and you should not be reviewing these books.
I don't know what stream of consciousness is necessary to write this stuff and I don't know how much longer he can keep it up, but let's hope for a long while.
That is, it includes manic road trips in a 1978 Firebird Trans Am, despicable villains, hapless victims, a devotion to the Sunshine State and all within it that “obsession” can't even begin to describe, insane-yet-disturbingly-reasonable-sounding ranting, and methods of killing people that no sane person would ever consider but which sound kind of cool.
You know, a Serge Storms book.
Storms, unstoppable force of bipolar nature that he is, once again roams the highways and byways of Florida with his stoner sidekick Coleman, relishing the kitschy history of every little nook and cranny and dispatching anyone he feels has crossed the line of rudeness or disrespect. This time he's going after Internet scam artists who have based their nefarious -- and, sadly, all too believable -- schemes in, hey, guess which state. These organized criminals are running dating scams, robbing houses of the newly dead during their own funerals, and other unspeakable crimes. One blackmailer is prolific enough to have created an entire convention's worth of victims, which is exactly how they gather in Miami (complete with themed ID badges and souvenirs) to take him down.
With the help of ex-FDLE lawman and nearly incoherently noir Mahoney, Serge heads out to rid his beloved Florida of these con artists and rescue the daughter of one of the victims. And, oh yes, avoid the person from his past who wants to assassinate him.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book was action packed from the beginning to end. Serge was at it again with his creativeness. Coleman is catching on and this was a good story. Loved the endingPublished 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
Another round of adventures with Serge A. Storms and his sidekick Coleman. Some say Serge is a serial killer, others say he's a vigilante. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Michael Millican
Typical Serge and Coleman nutty antics! Fun but not for prudish readers. Take it as it is and don't get offended by stuff you would normally not approve of!Published 2 months ago by David S. Neroda
Tim DORSEY has a very dark way with his writing. The main characters or villains are the good guys. Dorsey's descriptive writing is the best and if you have ever been to Florida,... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Anthony R. MONTOYA
The same basic plot, such as it is. The same characters with different names. Mahoney is no longer relevant. This book appeared to be written under deadline. Read morePublished 2 months ago by swampknot