“Vengeance never dies.”
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.”
Death Do Us Part starts out like a bat out of hell and doesn’t let up until the very end. Jam packed with suspense and intrigue, the author weaves a tale that includes a “who done it”, a ghostly presence, and a host of characters who all hated the same person and were not sad to hear of her passing.
Catherine committee suicide. Or, did she? She has come back to haunt those who have hurt her and the only way to get rid of her spirit is for the original killer to kill her, again. The problem is that no one liked her and everyone was glad she was dead. Catherine must have been a complete bitch! Her widow has moved on with her sister. Even her own son disliked her enough to want her gone.
This was definitely a quick, but interesting read. It didn’t take long for me to finish it, but I did enjoy the storyline. I wouldn’t classify it as a scary horror, but more of a thriller that grabs the attention and doesn’t let go.