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by Tim Dorsey

eBook Torpedo Juice (Serge Storms) download ISBN: 0060585617
Author: Tim Dorsey
Publisher: HarperTorch; 1st Printing edition (March 28, 2006)
Language: English
ePub: 1174 kb
Fb2: 1907 kb
Rating: 4.1
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Category: Mystery
Subcategory: Thrillers and Suspense

His quest takes him to the underbelly of the Florida Keys, where he finds unlikely true love the minute he spots mousy librarian Molly.

Books in Serge Storms Series (19 Book Series). Torpedo Juice made me smile and several times burst out laughing. I don't know how Serge gets so creative in his psychopathic murder plots but that's half the fun of Tim's series. Page 1 of 1Start OverPage 1 of 1. Previous page. 1. Florida Roadkill: A Novel (Serge Storm. im Dorsey. 2. Hammerhead Ranch Motel (Serge Storms serie. 3. Orange Crush (Serge Storms series Boo. 4. Triggerfish Twist (Serge Storms serie. I can't wait to read the next book.

Tim Dorsey (born January 25, 1961) is an American novelist. He is known for a series starring Serge A. Storms, a mentally disturbed vigilante antihero who rampages across Florida enforcing his own moral code against a variety of low-life criminals

Tim Dorsey (born January 25, 1961) is an American novelist. Storms, a mentally disturbed vigilante antihero who rampages across Florida enforcing his own moral code against a variety of low-life criminals. Dorsey was born in Indiana and moved to Florida at the age of 1. He grew up in Riviera Beach, a small town in Palm Beach County just north of West Palm Beach. Dorsey graduated from Bishop Guertin High School in Nashua ., in 1979.

Another hilarious chapter in the life of Serge Storms by Tim Dorsey! If you like Hiaasen and Levine, you will enjoy Tim Dorsey. Entertaining from start to finish.

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The drinks are on Sunshine State historian/spree killer Serge A. Storms, who's decided it's high time he got married  .

By Tim Dorsey (signed). The drinks are on us Serge A. Storm returns - and so does Tim Dorsey - for another hilarious tour of the wacky underside of the Sunshine State. And this time our lovable but maniacal hero is on a mission: Stay off police radar and reinvent himself. So he's motoring down to the Florida Keys

The drinks are on us Serge A.

The drinks are on Sunshine State historian/spree killer Serge A. Storms, who's decided it's high time he got married. So he's motoring down to the Florida Keys -- the ultimate end of the line -- in search of Ms. Right . . .

and finding his doped-up basket case bud Coleman along the way. But for Serge, "getting hitched" doesn't necessarily mean "settling down" -- not when South Florida is crawling with slimeballs, swindlers, unrepentant jerks, and annoying bystanders whose ranks need some serious thinning.

Comments: (7)
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Look out Florida! Serge Storms is off his meds once again and his perpetually-stoned buddy Coleman has risen from the dead (okay, apparently he wasn't dead--just a mistake) to join him on more outlandish schemes. This time around Serge has decided his biological clock is ticking and he needs to get married. As with anything Serge does, he goes at it with a maniacal zeal and soon finds his soulmate. But marriage isn't exactly what Serge thought it was going to be...

Not as many of the um, inventive, ways to kill someone in this book, but you'll probably never think about an MRI the same way again. As with any story involving Serge and Coleman, there are plenty of drugs in this one, as well as a druglord named Scarface, a missing fortune in drug money, crooked executives, inept cops, vampire cultists, The Swamp Ape, clowns and a couple of librarians. Good stuff once again!
Ballazan
Serge's 'Night Tour' is at an all time High with Coleman running point for encouraging Serge's innate desire to hit all the kitschy-est and most historical bars and night spots in Florida's storied history.

If your're familiar with the characters you won't be disappointed, and if you're a first timer to the Serge Storms saga you deserve doing yourself a favor by jumping into the storyline ASAP.

The only question left on my mind: How have they NOT made a move out of one of these by now?!? Serge's story would make a heavy hitter for HBO or E&A along the lines of Justified or Breaking Bad.

Enjoy!
Jediathain
I read Torpedo Juice a week after a very busy booze soaked thoroughly entertaining trip to the Florida keys. Now I need to go back because I obviously missed a lot. I really enjoyed the way that Serge and Coleman wind their way through the islands hitting various scenes, events, and locations while having their typical linked series of misadventures.

I also enjoyed a sub plot having nothing to do with the keys. Serge gets married and goes through all the phases from courtship to marriage to splitsville in just a few weeks. His daily journal of married life is hilarious.

I guess I'd better start a listmania list for my Dorsey readings to track what I've read because, after two books, I intend to read everything this guy has published.
Vushura
This author continues to amaze me with his creativity. This is book seven in the series, and I can’t wait to start the next one. To quote Forest Gump, they are like a box of chocolates, you never know what you are going to get.
Rolorel
The seventh great Serge A. Storms tale (although there is no great need to read them in order). As a chronicler of weird and wacky Florida, author Tim Dorsey takes a backseat to no one. As an obsessive-compulsive sociopath with homicidal tendencies, amateur Florida historian Serge is the best.

Highly recommended.
Xanna
I have read all of tim Dorsy's Serge Storms series of adventures and adore the humor and well crafted plots. There are just so many oddballs and strange things going on in Florida that I have expierenced in FLA over the years that Tim captures so well.

I was also glad that Coleman has made a return! Serge and Coleman are complete opposite personalities and give Tim Dorsey a huge amount of material to play with.

Torpedo Juice made me smile and several times burst out laughing.

I don't know how Serge gets so creative in his psychopathic murder plots but that's half the fun of Tim's series. I can't wait to read the next book.

Best,

Snake Plisken
Marirne
Headline says it all - Dorsey takes you on a wild ride that has Serge getting hitched and the commentary is priceless - guest towels? Typical Serge Storms - disjointed story all over the place that will keep you laughing and intrigued.
Dorsey gives us a sociopathic serial killer, a drug addled sidekick, and a slightly twisted population of Florida. Throw in mutilated bodies, car wrecks, and several very ingeneous ways ofcommitting homicide and you have one very funny book with a point to make. He holds up a mirror to a society in need of review and makes us laugh because if you can't laugh at our foibles and foolishness as a society you have to cry. Laughter is better and I still take time to see and consider his points. Dorsey's stories vary slightly from book to book but they are all very readible. May Serge cause havoc for a long time to come.