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Nuclear Jellyfish (Serge Storms Series #11)

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  • Posted March 16, 2009

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    Serge is Back for More of the Same

    I have read all of the Dorsey offerings featuring Serge, the serial killer with a heart of, well at least green. With some exceptions, the earlier works are better with more edge and more suspense. Serge was not really a sympathetic character in the earlier works but he assumes the status of folk hero in later books.

    Many series authors tend to grow too fond of their characters and Dorsey is no exception. Serge drives around the state- again- encountering and dispatching in unique fashion- again- various Florida-style 'villians'.

    On the plus side, this book is like all of Dorsey's works in that it is fast-paced and well written, with humorous commentary on people and issues. There are even a few laugh out loud moments. I would recommend Nuclear Jellyfish as a beach read, a gift to a casual reader, or to anyone who hasn't read the Serge series.

    Florida is an interesting study in contrasts, only the Los Angeles area is a more obvious example of man ruining paradise in this country. Most of the numerous Florida mystery writers touch on the issue of corruption and greed versus the environment and Dorsey weaves this into his plot lines as well as anyone. For this he should be commended.

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