All Tim Dorsey Novels

by Richard Huss
(Mount Dora, FL)

It amazes me that there is no mention of Tim, especially since his themes revolve around the eccentric and quirky history of all things and places "Florida."

His novels are roadtrips of hilarity and absurdity as Florida is seen through the manic eyes of his protagonist, Serge Storms and his sidekick, Coleman. In his own perverted way, Serge tracks the bad guys and creatively eliminates them while taking the reader on a romp that pretty much covers the state.

Dorsey's sense of history and Florida's historical details is monumental, eg, Lynard Skinner's first appearance in a honkytonk bar in Jacksonville, Silver Springs and movie fame, etc. As a plus, Dorsey has personally visited all these Florida spots in his vintage Cadillac convertible. If he writes about it, he's seen it, eaten it and loved it!

Dorsey is the quintessential combination of James Hall and Carl Hiassen. A must read author for anyone who says they "know" Florida authors.

Richard Huss, Editor of Pulse the Magazine


Note From Florida Backroads Travel:

Thanks for the review, Richard. You must not have noticed that Tim Dorsey is indeed included on our website under fiction. Check it out. He's between Harry Crews and Pat Frank.

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Feb 28, 2012
Tim Dorsey
by: Anonymous

You've got to get into Tim's latest ... "Pineapple Grenade." Let's compare notes after I've devoured it. The man is a maniac writer and does Florida on steroids ...

Nov 29, 2011
Thanks For The Information!
by: Greg May

Thank you for the information on Tim Dorsey. I must admit this is the first time I have learned of this author and since he writes about Florida I must check out his novels! When you mentioned his Cadillac I remembered that the car Jayne Mansfield died in is in a museum in St. Augustine.

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