Death Do Us Part Synopsis: When Art Stanhope’s bitter, vindictive wife commits suicide, he believes all his troubles are over. Instead, they’re just beginning. For Catherine s fury transcends even the grave, turning Art’s world into a living hell as he struggles to keep his son and new fiancee safe from her lust for vengeance.
But there are secrets behind Catherine s death that Art doesn’t know secrets that could prove deadly for everyone involved as they learn too late that death is not always a permanent condition, and sometimes the ultimate sacrifice can be too great a price to pay. -Goodreads
Death Do Us Part Review
I could kiss J.G. Faherty. I’ve not had the best run of books lately, with a couple 3/5 or less in a row. I was getting frustrated and beginning to get into a reading slump when I read Death Do Us Part. It bolstered up my inner bookworm, reminding me that hidden gems really are everywhere, and refueled my desire to read.
In the Dedication to Death Do Us Part, he mentions Tales from the Crypt and the Vault of Horror as being early loves of his. That is so obvious in Death Do Us Part. Its a deliciously creepy tale that you can just see being introduced by a cackling Crypt Keeper, and you quite happily read and hallucinate vividly for all 84 pages.
This is a fantastic vengeance/ghost/zombie story and I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a quick horror read!