Finn Bell is becoming one of my favorite authors, and I will recommend his books to anyone. Along with Dead Lemons, this one also rates as many more than 5*. You will be entertained!
Easter Make Believers is described as a thriller, and it is assuredly that (some reviewers point out it is more a mystery than thriller, but for me it is both). As with other Finn Bell stories, it is so much more than 'just' a thriller. There is philosophy about families, hope, belief, parents, children and more found throughout the novel. The philosophical asides seem to be random thoughts of the main protagonist, or in one instance dinner party conversation, but once you get to the end of the novel the whole thing is tied together - the philosophy is all woven in with the climax of the book. It is impossible to discuss the plot without spoilers, so suffice to say if you like thrillers, especially those that have you thinking deeply about what motivates people, read this book.
I haven't tried what another reviewer suggested - reading the afterward before the story - but I think I will when I read the next Finn book. There is a lot of info there to digest, and while there are no spoilers it does form a backdrop for the novel to fit into. Whenever you choose to read the afterward, just don't skip it. Well worth the extra time.
A note to readers - if you page back for any reason make sure you note the location number on the Kindle. This book's chapter titles are repetitive and you won't find your place by using those as guides.