Review: Florida Roadkill
If you’ve read my blog (or follow my Goodreads account) then you know that I am pretty big fan Tim Dorsey and the adventures for Serge Storms. I started, though, by reading the books completely out of order. Here’s a few I’ve already read:
Atomic Lobster http://www.tomcroom.com/archives/7322
Cadillac Beach http://www.tomcroom.com/archives/7473
Electric Barracuda http://www.tomcroom.com/archives/7612
Gator A Go-Go http://www.tomcroom.com/archives/7518
I’ve read others, too, but never took time to review them. That said, I was thrilled when Florida Roadkill was finally offered on audiobook since it’s the first book in the series.
Is it perfect? Nah. It’s obviously Tim’s first foray into a novel with his newly introduced psycho killer with a Florida conscience, but it’s still a hell of a good time seeing the beginnings of his characters. (So THAT’S where Coleman got his name!)
Now that the rest of Dorsey’s library has been added to Audible, I will be catching up with the older titles over the next year since they make GREAT listening as I drive around Florida for conventions.