Florida Roadkill de Tim Dorsey

de Tim Dorsey - Género: English
libro gratis Florida Roadkill


Sunshine State trivia buff Serge A. Storms loves eliminating jerks and pests. His drug-addled partner Coleman loves cartoons. Hot stripper Sharon Rhodes loves cocaine, especially when purchased with rich dead men's money.

On the other hand, there's Sean and David, who love fishing and are kind to animals -- and who are about to cross paths with a suitcase filled with $5 million in stolen insurance money. Serge wants the suitcase. Sharon wants the suitcase. Coleman wants more drugs . . . and the suitcase. In the meantime, there's murder by gun, Space Shuttle, Barbie doll, and Levi's 501s.

In other words, welcome to Tim Dorsey's Florida -- where nobody gets out unscathed and untanned!

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I didn't this book at all. I was waiting for the humor and it never showed up. I was interested in the two men that were going fishing and had to find out what happened to them. I wasted money buying the sequel. Cathy Walquist1 review

True post 1970 Florida

Turn of a phrase, old Florida tourist traps, true life experiences of the lost Floridian souls, redemption of the downtrodden drifter Ronda Powell8

Sorry, its just not my style and had to put it down after 100 pages. Steve Savage40 1 follower

Florida Roadkill / Triggerfish Twist / Stingray Shuffle were all a lot of fun! Hammerhead Ranch motel felt tough to get through. The plot was all over the place and the story felt a bit rushed in its creation... maybe Dorsey was hustling to get a follow-up to Roadkill out on the shelves. I skipped Orange Crush because I wanted to focus on the Serge Storms series. Thinfatman1 review

The full series was killer. Surge, Coleman, Lenny, Sharon, the whole crew is portrayed in such an upbeat and fun way that you can't help but take enjoyment in the characters even when Surge is murdering. Book 16 was probably the low point in the series but 17, 18, and 19 made up for it. I am looking forward to book 20 in January or Febuary. Gene Hemrick3

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