Review-Tuna Life by Erik Hamre


Synopsis: 2013 a new mobile app was quietly launched on ITunes by three men older than the usual tech geeks.It quickly became the fastest growing mobile app in history. It was called Tuna Life, and for a brief moment in catapulted Australia and the Gold Coast into the limelight of the tech world. But not all was good on the coast. Girls had been disappearing on the coast for years. A young crime reporter, Mark Moss, believes there are too many similarities for it not to be a serial killer on the loose. The question is could these cases be connected?

Tuna Life started out a little slow but changes into a heart throbbing thriller that keeps you guessing to the very end. I was surprised at who the killer was at the end. The characters are interesting and really help to bring the story to life. I thought Andrew was crazy to quit his job without savings or having anything lined up. He took a huge risk and somehow ended up on top when he recruited his best friend, Ken Speis and Frank Geitner to launch a new mobile app. The perspective of the story changes from different characters adding more details to the story and adding to the suspense. I enjoyed the fact that I couldn’t predict what would happen next. Overall, great read for anyone who loves suspense, thrillers and success stories.

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