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Naked Came the Florida Man

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Naked Came the Florida Man by Tim Dorsey front cover

Former newspaper editor Tim Dorsey has an eye for the telling detail. With #FloridaMorons trending IRL as beach-going in the Sunshine State resumes, you may take special delight in this antic excursion into Florida history, hurricane recovery and a contemporary crime spree by aptly named Serge A Storms and his credulous partner, Coleman. The novel never fails to surprise and though Storms and Coleman engage in numerous over-the-top juvenile pranks, when they get down to the business of murder, Storms picks deserving targets and gruesome tactics. A parallel story about found treasure – a bonus! Read our full review here.

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