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Tuna Tango

Will Service Adventures, Book 2
Narrated by: Paul J. McSorley
Series: Will Service, Book 2
Length: 4 hrs and 50 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (17 ratings)

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From the number one best-selling author or Wood's Reef and Bonefish Blues. If you like Clive Cussler's Dirk Pitt and John D McDonald's Travis McGee check it out.

Will Service is living the Keys lifestyle until a hurricane swamps his boat and destroys his unfinished house. A family friend offers him an opportunity to get back on his feet, and he takes the challenge of rebuilding an iconic fish house on St. Petersburg Beach a job unique to his abilities. The stakes are raised when a black market fish smuggling business is discovered on the property, and one of his delinquent workers steals a huge Bluefin tuna. The poachers take his girlfriend hostage to ensure his cooperation and protect their business forcing Will into a race to save her and shut down their operation.

©2014 Steven Becker dba The White Marlin Press (P)2014 Steven Becker dba The White Marlin Press

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Great story and narrarator!

I enjoyed it quite a bit, will read the other book in the series. Strong narrarator as well. Recommended.

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Great story. Horrible narrator!

What didn’t you like about Paul J. McSorley’s performance?

All the characters sounded the same(men and women) and his attempts accents was painful. His voice is better suited to a old school western or something like that.