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The Patmos Deception by Davis Bunn

Sometimes it seems as if just when we get under us and are ready to run, the bottom falls out once again and we fall even harder than before. Carey Mather's experiences that at the beginning of The Patmos Deception. But will a visit from an old friend help her to overcome her biggest fears?

Carey Mathers feels as though she has things all under control. She has a great degree, a great job lined up and is excited at the possibility of living in Greece and doing a job she has been working hard to secure. But once she arrives in Greece, she finds her place of employment closed and it at an utter loss once again. Then she receives a call from an old friend, Nick Hennessy, who wants to hire her to work with him on a story about disappearing Greek antiquities. Figuring she has nothing to lose, Carey agrees and quickly finds herself in the middle of an intense investigation of an organized crime group. And, not only does Carey fear the disappearance of more artifacts, but also that Nick may steal her heart.

Davis Bunn has written a great book. It is my first one by him and I like it quite a bit. There was just enough suspense, history, and romance to keep it all interesting. I enjoyed learning about a place that I knew very little about. And Bunn left enough unanswered questions by the end, that I anticipate another book with same characters in the near future.

Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc. 


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