Book Review: Strait of Hormuz
Get ready for an adrenaline rush because this book has it all. Money laundering, explosions, assassination attempts, fast cars, a castle, high-tech spy equipment, a multi-million dollar yacht, and international terrorism threats.
Strait of Hormuz is the first book I read by author Davis Bunn. It certainly won’t be my last. Iâ€™m hooked!
Although it is the third in the Marc Royce Adventures series, it reads well as a stand-alone title. I canâ€™t wait to pick up the other two books in this series, Lion of Babylon and Rare Earth, published by Bethany House.
About Strait of Hormuz
ISBN (Trade Paperback): 978-0-7642-1138-6
ISBN (Hardback): 978-0-7642-1145-4
ISBN (eBook): 978-1-4412-6279-0
November 5, 2013 from Bethany House Publishers, a division of Baker Publishing Group
Marc Royce is a recently fired United States agent asked to participate in a secret assignment to interrupt the plans for an Iranian nuclear terrorist threat through the narrow Strait of Hormuz.
The mission takes him to Switzerland, through Europe and into the Middle East.
Mr. Royce is joined by Kitra Koban, a beautiful Israeli woman with connections that will help Marc unwrap the intelligence information and make decisions that go against the agencyâ€™s commanders. His love interest in Kitra is challenged every step of the way as the suspense builds.
With potential for global disaster, the clock is ticking as new individuals become players in the race to stop this threat before it is too late. From the first scene to the last, mystery and intrigue ran through every chapter. I found myself never quite sure which of the characters I could trust. I enjoyed how faith joined characters from enemy countries for a common goal.
I highly recommend this book by Davis Bunn and encourage you to check out his many other titles. Read Chapters 1-3 of Strait of Hormuz for free.Â Click Here
Mr. Bunn is also hosting an incredible sweepstakes. But Hurry!
To celebrate the release of Strait of Hormuz, Davis Bunn is hosting a big giveaway contest on his Facebook page.
- Grand Prize is his and hers luxury watches Â Â Â Â ($845 MSRP)
- First Prize is a $150 Amazon gift card (just
in time for your holiday shopping).
Entering is easy. Either click this link http://woobox.com/ipi8wk to go directly to the app and input your name and email address. Or go to Davis Bunnâ€™s Facebook pageÂ https://www.facebook.com/davisbunnauthor and youâ€™ll see signs and arrows that point to the app.
Times is almost up for this amazing giveaway! Increase your chances of winning by entering once per e-mail address per day through November 29 at 6 p.m. Pacific Time. Get bonus entries by sharing the contest with your Facebook friends and Twitter followers (just follow the prompts on your screen after entering).
Pictured: Davis Bunn and his wife, Isabella Bunn.
Davis Bunn is a four-time Christy Award-winning, best-selling author now serving as writer-in-residence at Regent’s Park College, Oxford University in the United Kingdom. Defined by readers and reviewers as a “wise teacher,” “gentleman adventurer,” “consummate writer,” and “Renaissance man,” his work in business took him to over 40 countries around the world, and his books have sold more than seven million copies in sixteen languages.
Strait of Hormuz is the series finale of the popular Marc Royce Adventures. Library Journal named Lion of Babylon (Book 1) a â€śBest Book of 2011.â€ťÂ Rare Earth (Book 2) won the 2013 Christy Award for best suspense novel and was a CBA top 20 best-seller.
If you want to learn more about Davis Bunn, here are links to his social media pages:
Website and Blog: www.davisbunn.com
What’s REALLY EXCITING about Davis Bunn, is that he has agreed to be the keynote speaker at our upcoming Northwest Christian Writers’ Renewal Conference April 11-12, 2014! We have the privilege of learning from this incredible author during his workshops and keynote presentations.
Join me at the conference. Or at least I hope you’ll pick up a copy of this book. You will be glad you did.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Bethany House Publishers in exchange for my honest review.