Been meaning to mention this for ages. My first short story collection, Spare Parts, has sold out from its publisher, Rainfall Books. Offhand the only place you can get a copy now would be at Shocklines . The Shocklines copies are signed by my own fair hand and so are quite possibly now collectables on par with the works of Michelangelo or Leonardo da Vinci. Despite this Shocklines are still selling the books at their original price.
And just to prove that people other than myself think the book is worthy of your time here are some comments by various reviewers and acclaimed authors. (Some of whom I didn't even have to blackmail.)
"Stuart Young not only writes stories, he gives them life." -- Tim Lebbon
"Stuart Young excels in his portrayal of emotional pain." -- Matt Cardin
"Produces a deep sense of grief and desolation such as only great writers are capable of evoking." -- The Alien Online
"Stuart Young writes like Roald Dahl with a freshly sharpened butcher knife, effortlessly cutting straight to the heart." -- Mark McLaughlin
"The entire book will entertain, intrigue and, ultimately, haunt you for a very long time. Superb." -- Sue Phillips
And there's a review of the book up at Whispers of Wickedness .