F.R. Merrill’s debut suspense novel, The Final Act, is a gripping page-turner that readers will find impossible to put down.
Bright lights. Curtain calls. Instant fame.
What is the price of success, and are you willing to pay that price? These are the questions that F.R. Merrill poses in her debut novel, The Final Act, a thrilling work of suspense set in the competitive world of Broadway where every producer is only as good as his or her last major production.
With her first full-length novel, professional storyteller and short story author F.R. Merrill takes us into the life of an assistant producer standing just one step away from her dream of bringing her Native American production to Broadway. As she inches closer to her dream, however, things start falling apart. A daughter’s drinking problem is unveiled. A best friend is forever lost. And the price of success rises beyond what she may be willing to pay.
A professional storyteller and short story writer of more than 15 years, F.R. Merrill’s first novel is a gripping page-turner that will 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 readers 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 their lives. It’s certain to earn a spot as one of the most meaningful and most enriching books to be published this year.
The Final Act: From Woodstock to Broadway. From Death to Eternity
Author: F.R. Merrill
Publisher: Red Fox Publishing
Published: March 2012
About The Author:
F.R. Merrill, a professional storyteller and short story author since 1993, presents a gripping page-turner that will not entertain and thrill readers, but also enthrall with fascinating insights into native American culture. The author's understanding of human nature and motivations arms the book with all the necessary elements to be a memorable read.
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