Amos, Hosea, Micah – An Archaeological Commentary, by Philip J. King, is a commentary about the 8th century BC world of the earliest of the written prophets that takes its data from the field of archaeology. It is difficult to find a similar book that is so accessibly and compactly presented.
The lack of positive evidence for the existence of something is not logically equivalent to evidence against its existence. Neither does a lack of archaeological evidence for camels in the time of Abraham prove the Bible to be a bunch of lies.