Dorsey’s tongue-in-cheek humor, the Miami Herald wrote,
“Nobody, but nobody, writes like this guy.” Here, Florida politics take the
main stage in a rollicking satire that proves Dorsey is at the top of his game.
governor-by-default Marlon Conrad, the Republicans’ handsome, unthreatening “golden
boy”—and a loyal tool of powerful special interests groups—seems a virtual
shoo-in for re-election. That is, until he undergoes a radical personality
shift during a bloody military action in the Balkans. Now it’s just three weeks
before the election, and Marlon is suddenly talking about “issues” and “reform”
as he crosses the length and breadth of his home state with an amnesiac
speechwriter and a chief of staff who turns catatonic in the presence of
minorities. The governor’s new-found conscience might well cost him the
election, though, and it appears that pretty much everybody from Tallahassee to
Miami Beach is trying to kill him.
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