"JG Faherty seizes his readers by the throat and drags them straight towards the grave with The Cemetery Club., a nail biter in the tradition of the best scare-'em-ups from the 80s. Faherty's strong characterizations and gripping suspense will leave readers hungry for more." - Gregory Lamberson, author of Cosmic Forces and The Frenzy Way"JG Faherty nails the whole small town horror concept with a King-like flair. I definitely identified with the main characters, both past and present. All in all, I thought it was excellent." - Michael McBride, author of Predatory Instinct and Quiet, Keeps to Himself. "I've known JG Faherty since he was an up-and-comer. Now he's arrived. Start reading him now - as in TODAY - so you won't have to play catch-up later." - F. Paul Wilson, author of the bestselling Repairman Jack series."CEMETERY CLUB is like a plastic pumpkin bucket filled to the top with all of your favorite candies. Loads of gory fun!" --Jeff Strand, author of PRESSURE and DWELLER."With plenty of new twists on some old favorites, Faherty's latest novel provides readers with as much fun in a graveyard as the law will allow. Ancient legends, demonic shadow-creatures and ravenous zombies--what more could you ask for?" -Hank Schwaeble, Bram Stoker Award-winning author of DAMNABLE and DIABOLICAL.
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"Cemetery Club is comfortable horror that features some fine descriptive passages. JG Faherty's tale doesn't rock the genre boat - it simply sails along pleasantly." - Sheila M. Merritt, HellNotes
"Faherty's latest effort is spell binding terror with a paranormal slant with tons of twists and turns. Often thought provoking and spine tingling several prominent themes are introduced simultaneously.He has initiated an impressive following into The Cemetery Club. With spine tingling, hair raising suspense I look forward to his next tale." - Dave Gammon, HorrorNews.net
"Overall, the Cemetery Club is an exciting read that's more at home in the supernatural/horror genre than in the sub-genre of zombie/apocalyptic horror." - BuyZombie.com
"My favorite part of the story is how JG Faherty presents the relationship between the four members of The Cemetery Club. The author describes quite a bit of illegal testing on the mental hospital's patients and makes a point about how horribly humans treat other humans. This sets The Cemetery Club apart from other novels with similar stories and makes it a great book." - David Watson, Horror Addicts