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Novelist Christine Sneed writes that the stories in Darrin Doyle’s new collection “are full of rich, complicated characters and unique, unusual situations. The dark humor and pathos in these highly imaginative stories reminded me of the brilliant films of David Lynch. If Lynch wrote short fiction, it would doubtless lurk in the same neighborhood as Darrin Doyle’s.” These f ...more
Paperback, First Edition, 108 pages
Expected publication: March 1st 2021 by Wolfson Press
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Shana de Snoo
Dec 04, 2020 rated it did not like it
1.5/5 stars.

ARC review: **Thank you to the publisher for sending me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!

The Big Baby Crime Spree and Other Delusions is a compilation of five short horror stories in relation to family, relationships and what you do when things go awry.

Unfortunately I did not enjoy reading this novel as much as I hope I would. I’m all for reading a suspense and horror story as long as there’s also the good parts of storytelling – character empathy, clear writing
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Kayleigh Marie Marie
This is a strange (in a good way) short story collection and all of the stories are different. I'd say there's something in here for everyone. I particularly liked the first two stories, The Kaleidoscope and The Baby Doll.

There's an overarching feeling of inevitability and futility with this book that unsettled me (but maybe I'm demented because I really liked it). Worth a read for sure.
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Lori
So thrilled to be working with Darrin to promote his newest collection! If you're not already familiar with Darrin, this book will make you a fan! Reach out via DM if you're interested in reviewing this collection or interviewing Darrin! ...more
Clifford
Dec 04, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Review of this wacky little book forthcoming in Southern Review of Books.
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Darrin Doyle is the author of the short story collections The Big Baby Crime Spree and Other Delusions (Wolfson Press), The Dark Will End the Dark, and Scoundrels Among Us. (Tortoise Books), as well as the novels The Girl Who Ate Kalamazoo (St. Martin’s Press) and Revenge of the Teacher’s Pet: A Love Story (LSU Press). He lives in Mount Pleasant, Michigan and teaches at Central Michigan University ...more

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