Review of Diana Christmas: Screen Siren Noir, by F.R. Jameson @frjameson

A story of a once young actress who after a party leaves the film industry. Now jump ahead twenty years. She is still has fans who want to know what she is up to and why she left, but will her story ever get published? A young reporter who has been a fan of Diana’s for years is assigned to interview her, only their meeting doesn’t go as planned and their “relationship” will drag hem both through a lot of tough times and trouble.

I enjoyed this story and found it reminiscent of some of the movies I watched as a young girl. A majority of this story takes place in the 1980’s and there is a lot of names dropped fo actors from Diana’s time in the movies. The story is well written and there were a lot of twists throughout the book. The characters are very well written and rounded. The characters go through a lot of emotions and tough times. I liked the ending, but I wished that it had given a final decision by Michael.

I give this story a 4 star review and recommend it to anyone who likes noir, crime, or Hollywood biographies. I think that you will find it to keep distracted from what is going on around you and draw you into a different time a place.

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