Book Review: “Tuna Life” by Erik Hamre

Book Review: “Tuna Life” by Erik Hamre

This is a great mystery/thriller which incorporates the latest in mobile apps into its twisted plotline. The setting is the Gold Coast of Australia and the players in this drama are just ordinary people trying to create the “next big thing” in mobile app technology. There are two simultaneous plotlines taking place as we follow Andrew, the burnt-out accountant, and Scott, a seasoned crime reporter. Andrew rises from obscurity to worldwide fame on the heels of the Tuna Life app. Meanwhile, Scott has been demoted to the business desk and he starts investigating the new tech companies, while at the same time mentoring his replacement, Mark, when he gets a lead on a possible serial killer. I give kudos to Erik Hamre for the creativity of the plotline and the depth he brings to his characters. I also really enjoyed the way he incorporated the setting of the Gold Coast and made me feel as if I knew the place without actually being there. This would be a great book for anyone who enjoys crime fiction.

Happy Reading!

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