|Publication Date: 21 Jul 2016|
|Publisher: Marylebone House|
|Page Count: 176|
|Author: Davis Bunn|
|ISBN-13: 9781910674383, 9781910674390|
Asked to photograph an astonishing artefact – a piece of the True Cross on which, legend has it, Christ was crucified – Muriel is deeply moved. When rumours surface that a second fragment has been unearthed in Constantinople, she becomes enmeshed in a covert international alliance dedicated to authenticating this sacred relic . . . and protecting it from those who will stop at nothing to steal and discredit it.
‘Bunn . . . has mastered the art of weaving history and story together in a seamless fashion. Five stars.’
Dave Milbrandt, author of Chasing Deception
Davis is a master storyteller and his ability to tell an ancient tale in a contemporary style regularly leaves readers wanting more.
[Bunn] does something few Christian fiction writers do . . . his stories open readers to a bigger multicultural and multireligious world . . . he always seems to surprise and lead into places readers don’t expect.
In this fast-paced tale of good and evil, an expert storyteller plunges you into the shallow peace of post-World War 1 where secrets, promises, and lies mesh to protect or destroy a sliver of the wood that helped change the world.
(Of other titles by the author: Davis Bunn has created a thinking person’s Indiana Jones.
The Fragment‘ by Davis Bunn is the perfect holiday read. An easy read, with a gripping storyline, and with spiritual truth woven through it. It’s refreshing to read a novel like this which has such spiritual truth at the heart of it. The Fragment’ reads like a more charming and less frantic Dan Brown novel, except here the input of Christianity is more obvious and certainly woven in as spiritual truth and not just for dramatic effect. A cleverly written novel, perfect for the beach, sitting by the pool, or just for lounging around on an autumn evening in front of the fire.