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Seven short stories on what it means to be a monster.
Family Tree A long lost brother asks a dark and desperate favour.
Tunes from the Music Hall Forbidden love threatens the happiness of a Victorian family, and their loving ghost.
Green Eyes Justinian sits with his cat watching snow fall. Poor cat.
Death is But the Doorway Harry is dead, but how did he die?
Nursery Rhymes “I’m tied naked and there are rats here.”
The Worst Day Howard and his wife argue over the cooling body of their son.
The Beast in Beauty Mikey likes the hunt for love, unaware of the what is watching him.
Paperback: 104 pages
"Love, relationships, passion and jealousy all intertwine their way through this collection to produce a tapestry of terror that will shock you, bring you to tears and linger in your subconscious for days." - gingernutsofhorror.com
"Laced with uneasy comedy, each tale shows us that our monsters within are perhaps to be feared as much as any that may or may not be lurking out there in the darkness, and that every action we take has its consequences." - Starburst Magazine
"Other People's Darkness' is a collection of short stories very much in the vein of 'The Books of Blood' by Clive Barker, or even some of the earlier short-story work of Stephen King. The stories move from touching to ghastly, and all the while have a sort of whimsical moral reverence that serves them well." horror-punks.com
"This collection of intelligent and frightful stories will leave you sleeping with the lights on, questioning all your motives, and not pissing off love struck fools" - traumaticcinema.com
Paperback: 136 pages