Gray Armstrong’s New Novel is a Heady Mix of Action and Suspense

“Finn's Journal” follows a young woman’s relentless quest for justice

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Randleman, N.C. (PRWEB) January 11, 2013

Gray Armstrong marks her debut in the world of crime fiction with her new novel, Finn’s Journal. In this fast-paced thriller, Armstrong explores the dark undercurrents of society while propelling readers alongside a young woman on a relentless quest for justice.

The story introduces the prodigy, Yury Shinault. As a child, Yury witnessed the brutal murders of her mother and stepfather before being kidnapped along with her identical triplet sisters. After the tragic incident, Yury is raised in seclusion by a military couple. She has only fragmented memories of the murders and her sisters but she is highly trained in a number of military survival and combat skills.

In her quest to find her sisters, she joins an elite FBI investigative team. Her colleagues are quickly drawn into her troubled world as her quest to bring her mother’s killer to justice overlaps with an ongoing FBI investigation into the disappearances of several young women. As the puzzle pieces slowly fall into place, Yury, her sisters and her colleagues will find themselves enmeshed in great danger and what began as a pursuit for justice unfolds to a grueling fight for survival.

Moving to a stunning crescendo of suspense, Finn's Journal throbs with thrilling action and will keep readers at their edge of their seats at every twist and turn.

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About the Author
Gray Armstrong, a third-generation Scots-French American, has held jobs ranging from a barge cook to an IBM employee. She is a Biologist and her adventures include solo cross-country camping and backpacking through Mexico. She utilizes her background and experiences in her writing.

Finn's Journal * by Gray Armstrong
Publication Date: 10/31/2012
Trade Paperback; $23.99; # pages; 978-1-4797-0221-3
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