Sunday, July 28, 2013

Strings Of Glass (A Sydney Rye Series #4) by Emily Kimelman

When is peace a bad thing?  Sydney is hanging out in India with her computer geek boyfriend Dan and her faithful companion Blue.  Mulberry wants her to work for him but as he is still associated with Bobby Maxim and she has grown fond of breathing she passes.  When she and Blue are attacked by a pack of wild dogs Sydney is reminded of the kick of surviving a good fight.  So it is inevitable that she and Dan have a disagreement that sends her storming off in a huff.  Trouble seems to find Sydney whether she is looking for it or not.  This time it comes in the form of a reporter doing a story on a pedophile who is buying and abusing children with impunity.   Now this is a fight she can get behind.  But does wanting/needing the fight make her just as bad as those she fights?

This is a smart sexy addition to the Sydney Rye Series. It starts out a little slow but with each page the action adventure picks up until you are reaching for the brakes.  It could probably be read stand-alone but I think you will get much more out of it if you read the previous books.  With each new mystery this series gets better and better.  And with the bombshell dropped at the end of this book the next should be explosive. 

I received and ARC from the author in exchange for a fair and honest review.

This book releases on August 1st

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for reviewing STRINGS OF GLASS (A Sydney Rye Novel, #4). I appreciate you taking the time to read and review my books. And I'm so glad you enjoyed STRINGS OF GLASS!