A man who terrifies women for fun, a would-be mystery writer stalking his unscrupulous editors, an old man fantasizing about shooting his neighbor, Brittany Spears revenging her kidnapping, a wannabe writer actually killing people to work out his plots, madness uniting painters and critics together in a bloodbath, a magical ring revealing a hidden killer, a vampire disguised as the syringe of an old junkie, young communists developing lucid dreaming as an antidote to the class struggle....
The stranger the crime, the stranger the punishment, in this happy marriage of crime writing, horror, and surrealism. We live in a weirder and weirder world, no doubt about it - and Don Webb is the writer riding the crest of that wave. Cutting-edge tales from inside the curl.
What disappointed you about Do the Weird Crime, Serve the Weird Time?
a series of pointless stories; the introduction describes content that does not actually exist in the book
What was most disappointing about Don Webb’s story?
Which character – as performed by Dan Woren – was your favorite?
What character would you cut from Do the Weird Crime, Serve the Weird Time?
the book was a waste of my time
Any additional comments?
the only book I've purchased from Audible that I did not enjoy
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