The Case Blog Tour has passed

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Now the dust has settled on the Blog Tour organised by Emma at damppebbles, I thought I’d give you a flavour of what the reviewers said. Before I begin, a special thank you to Emma who did a brilliant job of putting the entire tour together. Here are some words ripped from the blogosphere:

“This is dark, violent and at times sexy, and shows the seedy and unpleasant side to the characters and the lifestyle they lead… a compelling and entertaining read.” The Bookwormery

The writing is sharp, descriptive and keeps you gripped with short punchy paragraphs and chapters that makes it very easy to keep turning. Pure classic pulp fiction, it’s crime noir at its absolute best.” Alex J Book Reviews

“The Case definitely gives me pulp fiction vibes, I’ve never read such a gritty noir book like this.” Feed The Crime

“Full of suspense, thrills and spills, this stand alone pulp fiction novel is too good to put down. With non-stop action on every page, it keeps you pulled in and gripped with the writing so explicit that you picture exactly what’s happening…if you dare!” The Only Way is Books

“Gritty, noirish and dark, yet not devoid of patches of humour to lighten the mood, this book is not for the easily offended.” Rachel Read It

“It’s pulp fiction with a noirish vibe. It’s a lot different from the Lagotti Family series, but clearly the author likes to play with the murky depths people are willing to go to.” Cheryl M-M’s Book Blog

“The story is gritty and does not pull any punches.” A Little Book Problem

“The author builds up a story laden with tension, layered with punchy dialogue and creates a novel that has a cult feeling to it.” Booksaremycwtches

“Borstinski really does have a way with words and another one of his books I have enjoyed reading.” Lost in the Land of Books

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