Tim Dorsey's Latest Gives Us Beer and Loathing in Florida

Tim Dorsey's Latest Gives Us Beer and Loathing in Florida

By Jordan Blum

Clownfish Blues places trademark characters Serge A. Storms on arguably their wildest and funniest ride yet, resulting in plenty of sex, drugs, violence, and lottery winnings. 23 Jan 2017 // 1:15 AM

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