The title, "Evil Acts," misleads a little. You expect some sort of game of treachery - then you discover that the term refers to the Acts of "The Tempest," the William Shakespeare play around which this scenario centres.
The game comes with partially-generated potential PCs, and some NPC characters essential to the game - Prospero, Miranda, Ariel, an evil entity called Sycorax, and so on. All actors playing the roles of the characters in the play. All wizards or supernatural entities that pass for human.
The story goes that Prospero, sensing that his magic and age have conspired to start tearing his soul apart, seeks to use the enactment of this play as a ritual to allow him to "break his staff" and abjure his rough magic once and for all, without killing him. However, asl always, things do not go as planned - so the player characters have to do something to make sure that they do.
After all, the play's the thing, wherein we'll catch the conscience of the King ...
A solid, yet light hearted, introduction to The Dresden Files RPG. In terms of ite presentation, the article looks solid and stylish, with the whole book looking like an occult investigator's case notes dossier, and nice, clean line art throughout.
Overall, a good way to start the game, if you want a pre-generated adventure to use as your first story for the game.