The Patmos Deception by Davis Bunn


Carey Mathers, newly minted forensic archaeologist, lands in Athens to find that her new job isn’t quite what she expected. Nick Hennessy, roving reporter, is looking for his next big story, and the rash of antiquities thefts in Greece might be just what he needs to get his career on track. Dimitri Rubinos, tour boat operator, is struggling to keep his business going and support his ailing father. When all three are thrown together, will they be able to put aside personal distractions and solve the mystery of the thefts or will personalities and circumstances hold them back from discovering the truth behind The Patmos Deception?

How can you beat a Davis Bunn novel? Packed with excitement and suspense, a bit of romance, and characters who grow in grace and knowledge throughout the story, The Patmos Deception, is another fabulous adventure. He does an amazing job of sucking his reader into the world of his story – the setting is so intricately, yet sleekly, described that I feel as if I’ve been to Greece and its Dodecanese Islands (if only)! Bunn never disappoints; his novels are a great distraction from the mundane, a trip to a more fantastic and exciting life than most of us experience! I’d certainly recommend The Patmos Deception. And here’s hoping we see Carey, Nick, and Dimitri again soon…

I received a free copy of this book from the Bethany House Blogger Review program. I was not required to give a positive review. All opinions are my very own!


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