Red House by K. J. A. Wishnia
(Filomena Buscarsela Mysteries)

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Recently unemployed Fil has apprenticed herself to a P.I. firm, hoping to earn enough money to support herself and her daughter. Trouble is, she often agrees to take on sticky pro bono cases rather than handle the big-buck clients her boss would prefer. Trying to balance the charity cases with the bread-and-butter surveillance, not to mention single motherhood, Fil is quickly in over her head dodging bullish cops, left-wing zealots, corrupt landlords, and Russian organized crime.

About K. J. A. Wishnia

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K.j.a. Wishnia, an award-winning writer and translator, is a college professor on Long Island.
Published November 1, 2001 by St. Martin's Minotaur. 261 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Fil’s natural curiosity gets her into other cases, like the that of Sonny Tesoro, one of the squatters living in a self-renovated factory who one day, for no apparent reason, brandished a loaded gun at six of NYPD’s finest and got himself thrown into the slammer, leaving his wife and baby alone a...

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