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Breaking Faith: A Faith Zanetti Thriller (Faith Zanetti)

3.80  ·  Rating Details  ·  25 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
“Everyone's favorite messed-up war correspondent”(Sarah Weinman) returns in Anna Blundy'sexhilarating sequel to the critically acclaimed Vodka Neat

Faith Zanetti doesn't much care who put the bomb on flight TAA67, the plane that blew up over the tiny Scottish village of Cairbridge twenty-five years ago. Wasn't it those Libyan blokes who went to prison? For a woman whose com
Hardcover, 288 pages
Published July 7th 2009 by Minotaur Books
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Jan 31, 2013 Elizabeth rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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Faith Zanetti has spent a major part of her adult life following in the steps of her war correspondent father had been killed many years ago in Belfast. He had been the anchor in her life and after throwing dirt on his casket she began building up a serious emotion defense system to keep her going. Smoking and drinking heavy were some of the mechanisms she used to get by. Some of this had to change after she became a mother.

But when Faith is put on a story about the anniversary of the Lockerbie
Nov 29, 2011 Melissa rated it liked it
This book left me wondering, "what just happened?" This story was very fast paced and interesting. Better written than Vodka Neat because it didn't have to go back and forth in time and try to figure all the characters out. It was fun figuring everything out before Faith does but then WHAM! It wasn't quite what you expected. Looking for the next installment!
Feb 12, 2010 Scotchneat rated it liked it
I think the first Faith book was the best one - much more shock hard journalism and dark humour. This one took a turn for the fanciful if you ask me.

Faith Zanetti turns out to have connections to Sicilia, which can mean only one thing. And she still isn't comfortable with motherhood or commitment.
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'I was born in 1970 and grew up on my own with my mum while dad flew around the world to wars and summits. It was odd in those days, when most people didn’t go abroad, to be watching the news (in black and white) and taking it personally. Mum had shabby boyfriends and Dad had beautiful and glamorous girlfriends. I hated both lots. I spent most holidays in New York and Washington staying in foreign ...more
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Other Books in the Series

Faith Zanetti (6 books)
  • The Bad News Bible
  • Faith Without Doubt (Faith Zanetti, #2)
  • Vodka Neat (Faith Zanetti #3)
  • Double Shot (Faith Zanetti, #4)
  • My Favourite Poison (Faith Zanetti, #5)

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