The Patmos Deception

The Patmos Deception

Book - 2014
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Texas journalist Nick Hennessy is in Europe, investigating the disappearance of invaluable Grecian antiquities. Forensic archaeologist Carey Mathers has accepted a job with the prestigious Athens Institute for Antiquities. The Greek isle of Patmos, where the Apostle John received his vision of the Apocalypse, was the focus of her student research. They don't know the danger they're walking into... or how high the stakes are....
Publisher: Minneapolis, Minnesota : Bethany House, A division of Baker Publishing Group, [2014]
Copyright Date: ©2014
ISBN: 9780764212284
Characteristics: 327 pages ; 22 cm
Call Number: BUNN, T


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May 12, 2017

I liked Davis Bunn's THE PATMOS DECEPTION. As a thriller it's a little weak and undramatic. As a mystery, the story line is great. As a book that portrays what is happening in Greece since the collapse of its economy, it is fascinating. And its characters are both interesting, varied, and each with some hint of mystery involved. The main characters are all flawed in terms of their relationship building skills, but that adds nicely to a hint of future romance for some couple. The book leaves you hanging at the end as to which who winds up with who - but hey, that's not so bad.

Apr 11, 2015

Very disappointed in the first third of this book. It was exactly like the last one I read, not only the plot was the same, but also the dialog, almost verbatim.

Jan 24, 2015

Decent read. Has a smidgen of a lot of things but especially ancient history. If you know Greek's or Mediterranean people this book will have more depth.


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