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Spring break. Florida. Elvis. All of Florida. '73 Dodge Challenger. Tom Petty. Road trips. Lots of people die in strange ways. It's a party. Gilly's Pub 44. It's a mystery. It's an action suspense epic. Why settle for a slow build-up with a twist at the end when you can have a neck-breaking turn at every corner? Get in the car, shut up, and enjoy the ride.
Same touch and go ride with the main team of Serge and Coleman. Other "casts" from other books reappear here. We have the same wild ride as the other books. But the end seems to be different. More coherent? More focus? Has Serge gotten a "normal" conscience? Stay tune for Serge's next "big" adventure.
Not my favorite in the Serge /Coleman series. Hasn't the oomph of earlier works and I felt at times that Serge too was breaking the social contract as he knows and uses it. However, lots of history on the Spring Break Phenomena and the history of all things Floridian (is that a word?). Serge knows it all.