Thanks, Sierra. I really appreciate your support 🙂
I’m not sure if it’s my old, tired machine, but the links to the short story and Susannah’s biography didn’t work. So I’ve pasted them below, just in case anyone else had the same problem 🙂
Some of you may have read the first part of Interrupted. As, Sierra said, the second part is coming on Saturday. If you would like to check it out, click here
Susannah McElvogue has military in the blood. Born in Germany to a long line of soldiers, her mother is German and her father British, affording Susannah dual citizenship.
She served as a Royal Engineer with a specialism in communications, until Kelvin Fairchild lured her away to head up a new team with Morgan and Fairchild.
Susannah is a petite woman, but her personality more than makes up for her size. She has a wicked laugh and a confident, engaging manner.
Nicknamed the oracle within the team because of her computer skills and research ability, she guards her ‘boys’ with the ferocity of a lion.
She is the unofficial leader at Morgan and Fairchild, and the person they turn to in an emergency.
By: Kathryn Jenkins
Q: Susannah, you have a strong military background serving as a Royal Engineer. How did you find yourself working at the Morgan and Fairchild agency?
A: Kelvin likes to tell people he stole me away, but the moment I heard he was setting up with Bradley, I set my sights on running the show. They are the kind of men you follow, it’s just how it is.
Q: There are plenty of bizarre personalities that make up the team at Morgan and Fairchild. Do you have a curtain team member that you prefer the most out of all of them? In other words who is your favorite?
A: I’m not sure I’d describe them as bizarre, but some of the situations we find ourselves in are a little out of the ordinary, so it takes a certain personality type, sure. As for favourites, I love all my boys, and girls, for that matter. They each have their strengths and weaknesses and I know how to play to them. Choosing between them would be like choosing a limb to remove – it’s not going to happen.
Q: Plenty of your days are spend slaving away on your work. Do you ever find yourself with free time to spare with friends?
A: We’re family so when we’re not working we’re usually together. In the beginning when we were bringing the agency together Brad, Kelvin, JJ and I had an unspoken rule that we would gather in our free time and check in. They were impromptu get togethers, you could almost say we had a six sense about the time and place. There are more of us now, but we still make an effort to continue the tradition.
Q: Would you say there is a strong bond between you and Detective Charles Macavoy? If so, do you ever plan on acting on it?
A: There’s something about Charlie, or Mac as Justin likes to call him. He has this energy, an almost tangible force. To me, he’s like chocolate; sweet and forbidden and impossible to deny!
Q: There is plenty of evidence in, Hands of Evil, that you are a woman that speaks her mind. Has there ever been a time you weren’t so out spoken?
A: I grew up in a house full of boys and then adopted five more, so it’s a case of speaking up or not getting heard.
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It’s strange for me to host a blog tour for an author whose published work I haven’t read yet, but I’ve seen snippets and excerpts from Melissa Barker-Simpson before. Sins of the Father is sitting near the top of my TBR; of course I jumped on the opportunity to showcase her newest release, Hands of Evil.
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