“Dorsey differs from writers such as Carl Hiassen, James Hall, and Elmore Leonard...These guys fire bullets. Dorsey makes sure his gun is filled with hollow-point.”
—Sarasota Herald Tribune
Readers who can’t get enough of lovable serial killer Serge A. Storms can rejoice. He’s back in Electric Barracuda—the latest outrageous romp through the Sunshine State by Tim Dorsey, master of the zany crime thriller. This time Serge is a fugitive running from the police, and murder and mayhem have never been more over-the-top hilarious. Tim Dorsey’s Electric Barracuda is not to be missed. The Miami Herald put it best: “Nobody, but nobody, writes like this guy.”
From the Back Cover:
Serge Storms has been leaving corpses strewn across the Sunshine State for more than a decade and the authorities have begun to notice. Could Serge’s luck finally have run out? Armed with his perpetually baked sidekick, Coleman, Serge decides to resurrect his Internet travel-advice website about trekking the Sunshine State. Off they go blogging along a getaway route through the state’s most remote bayous, back roads, and bars, where the number of cadavers begins stacking up like Serge’s website hits.
Clues and questions mount: Who are all the women being photographed naked in the swamp? What made Coleman draw on his face with Magic Markers? Where is the cruise-to-nowhere taking its drunk prisoners?
Too much action for Serge to juggle? Not when it all dovetails nicely into his Secret Master Plan. And especially if it involves Serge's favorite new obsession: tracking Al Capone's little-known escapades in the Everglades. So gas up the car, say good-bye to the relatives, and join Serge on the lam as he drives straight for the deepest bowels of Florida to unravel the final mysteries of Electric Barracuda.
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