Saturday, 9 February 2013

Blog Tour Interview: Insatiable by Emily Kimelman

Insatiable (A Sydney Rye Novel, #3)INSATIABLE
A Sydney Rye Novel Book Three
Emily Kimelman

Dark Murder Mystery

ISBN: 1470136023
ISBN-13: 978-1470136024

Number of pages: about 320
Word Count:  75,000

Cover Artist: AutumnWhitehurst

Book Description:

INSATIABLE is the third novel in my Sydney Rye Series of dark murder mysteries. This series feature a strong female protagonist and her canine best friend. It is recommended for the 18+ who enjoy some violence, don't mind dirty language, and are up for a dash of sex. Not to mention an awesome, rollicking good mystery!

INSATIABLE begins with private detective Sydney Rye living a simple, disciplined life in London, but when a dangerous man from her past calls, Rye finds she cannot turn him away. Robert Maxim explains that the daughter of a powerful friend has gone missing and he wants Rye to find her. In exchange he offers her something she had given up hope of ever having; freedom from her past.

With her dog, Blue, at her side, Rye meets up with her new partner, a handsome man she's not sure she can trust. Heading for Mexico City, they go undercover, posing as husband and wife. After meeting with the bereaved parents, Rye starts to sense that there is more going on than just a missing girl. But it isn't until they arrive in the Yucatan Peninsula, hot on the girl's trail in Paradise, that all hell breaks loose. Sydney has to reach out for help from old friends and deal with the consequences of her past, if she's going to find the girl and keep them all alive.

Author Bio:

Emily Kimelman lives on a boat in the Hudson Valley with her husband, Sean and their dog Kinsey (named after Sue Grafton's Kinsey Millhone). Kimelman has a passion for traveling and spends as much time as possible in the pursuit of adventure.

Her Sydney Rye series feature a strong female protagonist and her canine best friend. It is recommended for the 18+ who enjoy some violence, don't mind dirty language, and are up for a dash of sex. Not to mention an awesome, rollicking good mystery!

What’s in your fridge right now?

I don’t have a fridge because I am a vagabond at the moment but the fridge where I’m staying (with friends in Goa, India) is stocked with filtered water, King Fisher beer, strange and wonderful pickles, left over brihani from last night’s dinner, and some fresh veggies.

What song do you sing at the top of your voice every time you hear it?

Total Eclipse of the Heart

Where did you last go on holiday?

I don’t really go on holiday from writing. I write all the time no matter where we are. My husband and I travel a lot. Right now we are in India, last month we spent time in Paris. In the summers we live on a boat and roam the Hudson River in New York. I always have my notebook out and my laptop charged. One of the reasons I choose this profession is because I never want a holiday from it.

If your house was attacked by feral aliens, and they were zapping your house with their Über super bombs, what five items would you save?

See, this is exactly why I live on a boat most the year. I’d just sail away from those nasty aliens. If forced to abandon ship (since our top speed is only about 10mph this is a possibility) I’d grab my computer, phone, kindle and notebook. I wouldn’t want to be without my writing and reading tools.

What book are you reading now?

I’m reading The Lost Flamingoes of Bombay by Siddharth Dhanvant Shanghvi. I read a piece by him in Indian Vogue while in Mumbai that was probably the best travel article I’ve ever read. I usually can’t stand travel articles because they just make me jealous but his made me feel like I was there. So I downloaded one of Flamingoes onto my Kindle. I started it in Bombay but then got distracted by a friend’s book I needed to read and the first book of the Shiva Trilogy stole a day or two. I started again yesterday and then, last night, we went to a salon that it turned out Siddharth was hosting. Turns out his house is around the corner from where I’m staying in Goa. Such a funny coincidence. Turns out India is a small country :)
Oh how we love fun and quirky authors on Bex 'n' Books. A huge thank you to Emily for dropping by the page and Bewitching Book Tours for organising this wonderful tour.

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