In Davis Bunn’s The Black Madonna, antiques expert Storm Syrrell is in desperate need of cash. When an nameless, faceless client calls her with a request to track down a non-existant antique rumored to bear miraculous healing in its being, Storm should say no. But the man’s pockets are deep. What desperation leads a man to pay millions for a glimpse of hope? Storm hopes the answer won’t be the death of her business…or her.
“A smooth blend of romance, biblical history, archeology, and murder mystery. . . . With this adventure, Bunn should win another crown.” —Publishers Weekly
“A modern-day Indiana Jones journey…” — Mark Young, Hook ’em and Book ’em
Davis Bunn is an internationally-acclaimed author who has sold more than six million books in sixteen languages. Fluent in three languages, he has traveled extensively in Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia.
Honored with three Christy Awards for excellence in historical and suspense fiction, Davis is a sought-after speaker in the art of writing. Davis serves as Writer In Residence at Regent’s Park College, Oxford University. He and his wife Isabella divide their time between their homes in England and Florida’s West Coast.
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