That lovable, under-undermedicated dispenser of truth, justice, and trivia is back with a vengeance—just as his cherished home state is about to take a beating from a conga line of hurricanes bearing down on the peninsula. But as Serge and his burnout buddy Coleman go storm-chasing, bodies begin turning up at a disturbing rate, even by Florida standards. It looks like a serial killer is on the loose—another serial killer—which highly offends Serge's moral sensibilities. And he vows he'll stop at nothing to unmask his thrill-killing rival and make All Things Right—though Coleman's triathlete approach to the sport of polyabuse binging threatens to derail the mission more completely than the entire combined Sunshine State police community could ever hope to.
Scathing humor strips the pretense off its targets like a hurricane in\t\t bestseller Dorsey's rapid-fire ninth thriller. Last seen in\t\t The Big Bamboo (2006), serial killer Serge\t\t A. Storms, who seems like all of the Marx brothers rolled into one, rumbles\t\t across Florida in a stolen Hummer with his usually drunk or stoned friend,\t\t Coleman. Serge follows one hurricane after another, driving in the relatively\t\t safe eye of the storm, pointing out fascinating bits of Florida history and\t\t only killing those who truly deserve it. That would include the guy in the car\t\t next to you blasting his music as well as the person price-gouging hurricane\t\t victims. The murders are accomplished in appropriately bizarre, if not graphic,\t\t fashion. As Serge evades law enforcement and perennial nemesis
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Hurricane Punch is incredibly fast paced and entertaining, with great twists and turns along the way! It was very interesting to read it again, while in the background, the Weather Channel blares constant reports on the path of Hurricane Irene, as she thankfully misses us here in Florida. I just hope that there are no split personality type serial killers roaming around while Hurricane Irene scrapes the east coast of America.
Thank you Serge for your continued persistence to keeping Floridian idiots off of Tru-TV.
I really like his writing style and Witt in this book. It was hilarious.