Gator a-go-go by Tim Dorsey

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Serge is back. And this time he takes on spring break in Gator a-go-go, Tim Dorsey's newest novel. Serge and Coleman once again take a hilarious and violent tour of the Sunshine State while Serge makes a documentary of where spring break all began. Along the way a mysterious Miami gang leaves a trail of dead bodies, and soon Serge and Coleman have a group of students in tow as they make their way through Florida's most hallowed spring break sites. Throw in protected witnesses, pawned class rings, the best way to keep beer cool on a beach, a kid's pool in a pick up truck, oh and City and Country, and the chaos only just begins as Serge tries to protect the students and dispense his Florida history to anyone who will listen.

Dorsey's 12th novel featuring Florida historian and serial killer Serge A. Storms is the perfect summer read, blending elements of earlier books such as Florida Roadkill, with some of the newer installments such as Hurricane Punch. The new book is classic Dorsey, combing elements of violence and offbeat humor into a fast paced crime novel. Anyone familiar with Dorsey's previous works will find Gator a-go-go a hilariously fun read.

Submitted by Eric @ MPL Central

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