Davis Bunn has given readers another fascinating tale of suspense in All Through the Night. Wayne Grusza might need the job, but he didnít want it. However, to please his sister, one of the few intact relationships left in his life, he agrees to serve as an accountant in a case of fraud committed against a Christian retirement community. Suddenly his skills as a warrior become more important than his skills as accountant as the community is about to be seized. Along the way Wayne finds himself developing friendships with Jerry the retired cop, Foster the cynic, Victoria the Bible lady, and Julio the punk. After this, the beautiful Tatyana hires him for another strange job requiring a warriorís skills, a job directed by an angel.
Bunn weaves a suspenseful tale around the idea of what Godís warrior would be like. Instead of the loner he has been, Wayne becomes the defender of good people. Bunn draws on I Chronicles 20:1 to lay down the warrior theme. While Wayne leads his desperate fellow warriors, he finds himself turning for counsel to elderly Victoria who is fighting the battles on her knees.
All Through the Night is well-written, entertaining, and suspenseful. The characters, especially Wayne, are well drawn and quirky individuals. Bunn brings them together and unifies them in an exciting manner which comes across as believable. He crafts a delightful twist at the end. The characters would appeal to both male and female readers. -- Debbie Wilson, www.ChristianBookPreviews.com
Wayne, scarred physically and emotionally, has a background in special-ops he's trying to forget. But he gets his arm twisted into helping a quirky group of seniors who've been scammed out of their retirement. Breaching the con man's high-security island estate, Wayne recovers the stolen money in an action sequence worthy of a Hollywood blockbuster. Case closed. Or is this just the beginning?