Faith Without Doubt by Anna Blundy

Faith Without Doubt

Anna Blundy

By the end of this novel, journalist Faith Zanetti has plenty of doubts: about her job and about the US/UK invasion of Iraq but - most of all - about her lover, the enigmatic Joshua Klein. Have plenty of tissues handy for the surprise ending.

Extract

They've got to have the briefing some time and, considering that it is sort of home news for them, you can expect them to do it at a convenient US time. But I felt the nasty chill of cynicism sweep over me and hated the slickness of the whole thing.

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