Vodka Neat

Vodka Neat

A Faith Zanetti Thriller

Book - 2008
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Baker & Taylor
Moscow correspondent Faith Zanetti is in trouble with the local authorities when her estranged husband, a Russian black marketeer, confesses to a murder that had taken place when they were married and the police think that she had been his accomplice in a crime that she cannot recall because she had been drinking the night of the killing. 15,000 first printing.

McMillan Palgrave
Her motto:
Courage without equal
Truth without bullshit
Vodka without tonic
"Faith Zanetti is everyone's favorite messed-up war correspondent."
- Sarah Weinman, Confessions of an Idiosyncratic Mind
Vodka Neat features Faith Zanetti, a war correspondent with plenty of libido, good looks, a great sense of humor, and a zest for life that never quits. She's the new Moscow correspondent for a leading newspaper--chosen for the job because she married a Russian when she was a teenager.
But the minute she steps on Russian soil, she is instantly arrested in connection with the murders, fifteen years before, of a couple from a neighboring apartment. She was drunk at the time, but surely not that drunk. In order to solve the mystery, what she needs to do is find the charming Russian black marketer she married as a nineteen-year-old. And when she finds him, her problems really begin.


Blackwell North Amer
Vodka Neat features Faith Zanetti, a war correspondent with plenty of libido, good looks, a great sense of humor, and a zest for life that never quits. She's the new Moscow correspondent for a leading newspaper - chosen for the job because she married a Russian when she was a teenager.
But the minute she steps on Russian soil, she is instantly arrested in connection with the murders, fifteen years before, of a couple from a neighboring apartment. She was drunk at the time, but surely not that drunk. In order to solve the mystery, what she needs to do is find the charming Russian black marketer she married as a nineteen-year-old. And when she finds him, her problems really begin.

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& Taylor

Moscow correspondent Faith Zanetti is in trouble with the local authorities when her estranged husband, a Russian black marketeer, confesses to a murder that had taken place when they were married, and the police think that she had been his accomplice in a crime that she cannot recall because she had been drinking the night of the killing.

Publisher: New York : Thomas Dunne Books/St. Martin's Minotaur, 2008
Edition: 1st U.S. ed
ISBN: 9780312368630
0312368631
Characteristics: 281 p. ; 22 cm

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Nov 20, 2012

a bit depressing..can't really judge the accuracy of the descriptions of Moscow

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