Serge Storms is one of my favorite literary creations, a spree killer whose victims always turn out to be jackasses of one sort or another.
"Cadillac Beach" follows Serge and perma-buzzed Lenny through a Miami-based adventure. The twist this time is a running flashback to 1964 Miami, where Serge's grandfather, Sergio, runs with an eccentric gang.
The body count rises, and the story is chockablock with Florida history.
I enjoyed "Cadillac Beach." It's by no means my favorite of Tim Dorsey's works. I prefer Coleman to Lenny in the sidekick role, and being a native Tampa Bay Area resident, I love novels like "Triggerfish Twist," which are set in my backyard.
Nonetheless, I always enjoy a nice Serge Storms adventure. "Cadillac Beach" was no exception.