So the last review is in, this one coming from Musings of a Bookish Kitty:
Overall, I quite enjoyed Jim Snowden’s The Summer of Long Knives. There is nothing light about this mystery thriller. It is very dark, and well it should be given the time period and place in our history. I was swept up in Rolf’s life and investigation, anxious to see justice brought to the killer, while at the same time sad knowing the fate of the country, of the war to come and the many more injustices that would occur in the meantime.
This blog tour’s been a pleasure. These bloggers push and contrive to build an audience for new work. It’s a thankless job that seldom pays (a situation I’m in touch with). I salute them for their labor, even those who considered my book to be labor, and I hope to hear from them again the next time I have a book out.
For those coming to this whole blog tour for the first time, here’s the list of all the participants:
Monday, September 15th: Nightly Reading
Wednesday, September 17th: The Year in Books
Thursday, September 18th: Maurice on Books
Tuesday, September 23rd: Words by Webb
Thursday, September 25th: 5 Minutes for Books
Friday, September 26th: Mystery Playground – Drinks with Reads guest post
Monday, September 29th: JulzReads
Wednesday, October 1st: Back Porchervations
Monday, October 6th: Diary of an Eccentric
Monday, October 6th: Sara’s Organized Chaos
Wednesday, October 8th: Books and Movies – spotlight/giveaway
Thursday, October 9th: Sarah’s Book Shelves
Monday, October 13th: No More Grumpy Bookseller
Thursday, October 16th: Svetlana’s Reads and Views
Monday, October 20th: Omnimystery News – author guest post
Wednesday, October 22nd: From the TBR Pile
Monday, November 3rd: Musings of a Bookish Kitty
Thanks, y’all. And good night, Mrs. Calabash, wherever you are.