Editor’s Note: We are pleased to welcome New York Times -bestselling author Tim Dorsey to our Dallas Flagship store Saturday, March 4 at 5 p.m. to discuss the latest edition of the Serge A. Storm series, Clownfish Blues. Before he stops by, we asked Tim to share some of the books he’s reading these days. (More books to add to our constantly-growing “to be read” list) Enjoy!
The Deep Blue Good-by – The Godfather of Florida crime fiction, John D. MacDonald, The Deep Blue Good-by introduces the world to knight-errant Travis McGee.
Miami Blues – One of Quentin Tarantino’s favorite authors, Charles Willeford, kicks off his realistically gritty police series featuring Hoke Moseley.
Ninety-two in the Shade – Supreme wordsmith Thomas McGuane penned three excellent Florida novels in the 1970s, including this gem capturing period Key West.
Skin Tight – Carl Hiaasen’s third novel showcases the surreal wackiness that is the Sunshine State and continues to forge a new genre in Florida fiction.
Sanibel Flats – Randy Wayne White puts the West Coast of Florida on the map with his first Doc Ford offering.