July 11, 2011

Guest Author Emily Kimelman


Thanks to Bobbie Crawford-McCoy from Nurture Your Books, we have a special guest visiting today, one of her many stops on her virtual tour, to talk about her debut book.  So please help me welcome Emily Kimelman!!
 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Author Bio: Emily Kimelman graduated from NYU with a degree in the history of homicide, forensic science, and detective novels. She worked as a dog walker while obtaining that degree. When not writing, Emily works with her husband, Sean Gilvey, in their glassblowing studio and gallery in Philadelphia.
You can visit her website here.


ABOUT THE BOOK
Synopsis:
Joy Humbolt is not a huge fan of people and after getting fired from her latest stint as a barista she is becoming dangerously close to unemployable. So when Charlene Miller offers Joy a dog-walking business on the exclusive upper east side of Manhattan, Joy is happy to accept, despite a suspiciously quick transaction. But Joy's world is turned upside down when she discovers one of her clients murdered and Charlene gone. Joy cannot help but become caught up in the drama and danger of her new employer's lives.

With the help of a rogue Police Detective, Joy enters her clients sphere of power and influence searching for the killer. Usually a loner, Joy is disturbed by how much she likes it in their world. These people make the rules but are not bound by them. Joy realizes too late that only one kind of justice makes it this far uptown: vigilante. When Joy let's go of what little respect she had for the human race she becomes unstoppable, unleashed, and is reborn Sydney Rye.

THANKS TO BOBBIE AND THE AWESOME
PEOPLE FROM NURTURE YOUR BOOK TOURZ,
I HAVE ONE (1) BOOK TO GIVE AWAY.

CLICK HERE TO BRING YOU TO
THE GIVEAWAY ENTRY PAGE.



DISCLAIMER
I received a copy of this book, at no charge to me,
in exchange for my honest review.
No items that I receive
are ever sold...they are kept by me,
or given to family and/or friends.


2 comments:

Jaidis said...

Thank you for sharing!

TheBookGirl said...

This book sounds like fun; what an interesting degree the author got! And it sounds like she put her degree and her experience as a dog walker right into this book :)