Faith Zanetti is technically English, but in fact she’s a citizen of the world, meaning she can order a drink in more than half a dozen languages. Most recently she’s fetched up in Israel and Russia. But Faith has suddenly found herself in a country she never thought she’d visit: the land of middle-class motherhood, complete with family, weekend cottage, and a desk job. Faith yearns to be chasing stories, ideally someplace with insurgents in the hills, but her boss wants her writing atmospheric features. Celebrity profiles. A piece commemorating the 20th anniversary of the Cairnbridge (read: Lockerbie) bombing. Faith Zanetti was barely old enough to smoke when pieces of an airplane (and of a couple hundred of its passengers) came raining down on a tiny town in Scotland. She can barely contain her boredom. Until, all of a sudden, the story gets very, very interesting, and quite personal.
Who's Likely to Like This
Fans of Kay Scarpetta and of Sue Grafton's Kinsey Milhone series
"Sizzles with suspense"—Publishers Weekly