The Devil’s Breath by Emily Kimelman #bookreview


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One of Sydney Rye’s dear friends, Hugh Defry, has been accused of a brutal murder, but even though he has no memory of the night, Sydney believes he is incapable of such violence.
Called to investigate by Robert Maxim, a man she has until now, considered her greatest enemy, Sydney flies to Miami searching for the real killer. Rye’s suspicions are raised when she learns that Maxim not only wants to work together but also wants to build a friendship. She doesn’t begin to understand his motives until her former lover follows her to Florida to tell her a devastating secret.

As more people from her past turn up, and not knowing whom to trust, Sydney sees that her personal fight for justice has become something more than she had ever imagined and she is pushed towards making a decision that will change not just her life but possibly the future of the crime fighting.

My review:

If you are looking for a fabulous new series to read, you just found one. The books can all be read as a stand alone but I recommend you read from the beginning. Sydney is one of the best female lead characters in a book that I have read in a long time. I love strong leads, especially female characters. The action is this book is addicting and you will not want to put it down. It’s that good. Seriously. I read it in one sitting on a Saturday. The chemistry between Mulberry, Dan and Sydney is so strong it almost jumps off the pages. I loved the ending and I am looking forward to reading the next book, Costa Rica promises many more adventures with Blue, Sydney’s awesome dog, in tow.

Excerpt from The Devil’s Breath is available on Emily’s Website.

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Catch up in the series while you wait with the SYDNEY RYE (Books 1-3)  **Book 1 is free** and STRINGS OF GLASS (A Sydney Rye Novel,#4) on Amazon.



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