Serge A. Storms, the Sunshine State’s numero uno favorite son, knower of All Things Florida, and sometimes medicated psychopath, has made it his life’s mission to eliminate the slime balls, jerks, and pests of every flavor polluting his beloved state. From the panhandle to the Keyes, the statehouse to the Everglades, he’s laid down his own brand of law—helped by his drug-addled deputy, Coleman—terrorizing everyone from greedy land developers and crooked politicians to shady gangsters and Hollywood phonies.
“We have been onboard the Serge crazy train since Florida Roadkill,” said VJ Books co-founder, John Hutchinson, “and as long as Tim keeps writing books, we will keep selling them.” Autographed copies of Gator A-Go-Go will ship in late January/early February. VJ Books’ long-standing relationship with Mr. Dorsey has resulted in an ample backlist inventory of his previous titles, all of which are available at www.vjbooks.com.
In Gator A-Go-Go, Serge is going to take a well-deserved vacation. Packing up their guns, drugs, and sunscreen, he and Coleman set out for their own special kind of Spring Break. The duo soon discovers they aren’t the only crazies headed to the beach. A Miami crime gang is determined to put the hurt on a snitch’s college-age son dumb enough to go to (you guessed it!) Florida. When the gang picks up the son’s trail, Serge picks up the gang’s, and the chase is on—a merry ride back through “time” as Serge takes a growing cast of babes, nuts, and nasties on a tour of the state’s historic landmarks of the famous annual rite of youth.
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TIM DORSEY was born in Indiana, moved to Florida at the age of 1, and grew up in a small town about an hour north of Miami called Riviera Beach. He graduated from Auburn University in 1983 with a B.S. in Transportation. While at Auburn, he was editor of the student newspaper The Plainsman. From 1983 to 1987, he was a police and courts reporter for The Alabama Journal, the now-defunct evening newspaper in Montgomery. He joined The Tampa Tribune in 1987 as a general assignment reporter. He also worked as a political reporter in the Tribune’s Tallahassee bureau and a copy desk editor. From 1994 to 1999, he was the Tribune’s night metro editor. He left the paper in August 1999 to write full-time.
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