Coconut Cowboy

Coconut Cowboy

Book - 2016
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Embarking on a plan to finish the motorcycle journey of his Easy Rider heroes in the Florida panhandle, Serge Storms and his sidekick Coleman encounter corrupt politicians, homicides, and mind-altering drugs.
Publisher: New York, NY : William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, ©2016.
ISBN: 9780062240040
Characteristics: 322 pages ;,24 cm.


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Jun 16, 2016

Well, I will have to read more of Tim Dorsey's oddly titled novels before confirmation but, judging from "Coconut Cowboy", he must be nuts.

And, I can't wait to send a copy to my brother in Florida!

This is so not a Stuart Woods (Stone Barrington) novel, with its straight forward plot and simple sentences.

I am thoroughly enjoying the mind pictures I get from the narrative in Coconut Cowboy.

This is not a particularly easy story to read - comical characters doing oddball stuff interwoven with dark actions by shady characters - or, wait...oddball characters doing shady stuff or?????

Mar 08, 2016

My first book by Dorsey and I must admit that I had more laugh out loud moments than I've had in a very long time. I don't know of another writer like Dorsey, but, I had flashes of Lewis Grizzard and Hunter Thompson.

Jan 15, 2016

"Florida....the nation's pace car of dysfunction."
And driving that car is the inimitable Serge Storms with space cadet Coleman as co-pilot. As they crisscross the state's backroads as an homage to "Easy Rider", they encounter crooked politicians, drug dealers, annoying businessmen & sinkholes.
Don't know how this guy does it but even at book #19, it's fresh, smart & laugh out loud funny as pandemonium ensues. Serge's address to the crowd at an outdoor music festival alone makes this worth your while.

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