Book Review: The Final Act


Book Description:

Bright lights. Curtain calls. A cruel and unsuspected murder What is the price of success, and are you willing to pay that price? These are questions F.R. Merrill poses in her debut novel, The Final Act, a thrilling work of suspense set in Broadway. F.R. Merrill takes us into the life of an assistant producer, Faith Straton who is just one step from bringing her Native American production to Broadway. As she inches closer to her dream, however, things start falling apart. A friend is lost forever, and Faith Straton discovers she is a target for murder. A professional storyteller and short story writer of more than 15 years, F.R. Merrill?s first novel promises to be a gripping page-turner that?ll not only entertain and thrill readers, but also enthrall them with fascinating insights into Native American culture. The author?s mastery and understanding of human nature and motivations arms the book with all the necessary elements to be a memorable and touching read with valuable life lessons that we can apply to our own lives. The Final Act will have you confronting many of the most difficult questions that plague our times ? from the value of financial success and popularity to the importance of other people in our lives. It’s certain to earn a spot as one of the most meaningful and most enriching books to be published this year.

My Review:

As you read this book, you may think that you know the outcome or the guilty party, but you will be surprised when you read the ending.  The book does have a good element of suspense and mystery.  It made for a very interesting novel with characters that you will like.  It kept my attention throughout.  I recommend this book as a good read for this winter.  I think you will find it to be rather intriguing.

I was provided a complimentary copy of this book by the author for review.  I was not obligated to write a positive review.  The opinions in this review are my own.


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