Nicholas Vince’s Other People’s Darkness released

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Following on from the hugely successful collection of short horror stories called ‘What Monsters Do’, Nicholas Vince returns with another volume to scare you silly.

Nicholas Vince, known for playing the Chatterer Cenobite in Clive Barker’s Hellraiser, has announced his second collection of short stories; ‘Other People’s Darkness And Other Stories’ will be free to download on Kindle on 1st and 2nd March.  This volume follows ‘What Monsters Do’, which is rated 5★ on all amazon sites. KindleCoverWSubtitleSMALL copy 187x300 Nicholas Vinces Other Peoples Darkness released

Nicholas said, “The title story is inspired by an incident in my own life, when I was nineteen and in hospital for major surgery. However, I don’t have the terrible gift I’ve imagined for the narrator.”

Other stories feature  a man who is about to murder love; a woman who hates her best friend; the visitor to a mansion who brings deadly news and an eight year old girl who wants to know what will happen to her, now her family are dead—perhaps the police would tell her, if they believed her story.

The paperback of the book will be available mid-March.


As well as playing the Chatterer in Barker’s ‘Hellraiser’ and ‘Hellbound: Hellraiser II’, Nicholas Vince played Kinski in Barker’s ‘Nightbreed’.

In 2013 he returned to acting, starring in ‘M is for Metamorphosis’, directed by Rob Nevitt; and ‘The Day After Dark’ for Safehouse Pictures. He dramatised two of the stories from ‘What Monsters Do’ for the London Horror Festival. awarded the play 4/5★ and said it was “… a gripping hour of horror …”

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