Cadillac Beach (Serge Storms Mystery #6), Tim Dorsey (Novel, 2004)

Cadillac Beach (Serge Storms Mystery, #6)Cadillac Beach by Tim Dorsey
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

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.

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About tom

B.A. in Literature, Minor in Film Theory and Criticism, thus meaning all I’m trained is to write blog posts here. Neptune is my favorite planet–it vents methane into the solar system like my brother does. I think Chicken McNuggets look like Pennsylvania, Illinois, and Indiana. There are times when I’m medicated, which is why I wrote about McNuggets. Buy some today and tell me I’m wrong! Anyway, Beyond that: mammal, Floridian, biped.Good Night, and Good Luck. Besos, tom
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