Review: 'Death Do Us Part' by JG Faherty

deathDeath Do Us Part by JG Faherty
Samhain Publishing (January 2016)
76 pages; $2.66 e-book
Reviewed by Frank Michaels Errington

A marriage that’s falling apart, an apparent suicide, and a haunting that turns out to be so much more. Death Do Us Part by JG Faherty is a thrill ride from start to finish. A complex tale of the lengths one will go to for love and what the dead will do for revenge. This is one of those stories that just reaches out from the pages, grabs you by the collar, and shakes and shakes until you collapse from exhaustion.

Art Stanhope has just asked his wife, Catherine, for a divorce. Next thing he knows, she’s driving into a river ending her life, apparently by suicide. The reader knows there’s more to the story, but the who and why are saved until the very end, with numerous twists along the way.

As a novella, Death Do Us Part is a quick read. The pacing is close to perfect and the overall idea is fresh and enjoyable.

Death Do Us Part is available now as an e-book from Samhain Horror.


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