The Glass Factory by Kenneth WishniaThe Glass Factory by Kenneth Wishnia

The Glass Factory

byKenneth WishniaIntroduction byReed Farrel Coleman

Paperback | August 1, 2013

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Ex-NYPD cop Filomena Buscarsela—the irrepressible urban crime fighter of 23 Shades of Black and Soft Money—is back. When Filomena discovers that a high-tech Long Island factory is spewing poisons into the water supply, she’s sure that the contaminator is none other than her nemesis, a cutthroat industrial polluter. Armed only with an ax to grind, the gutsy Filomena knows she’ll have to play dirty to clean up the neighborhood. Her search for justice introduces her to the unfamiliar scent of privilege and immerses her in the all-too-familiar stench of political corruption and personal greed. Once again, Filomena’s nose for trouble has drawn her into a case that’s more than a little hazardous to her health. Set in 1980s New York, this third installment in the series sees the tough-talking, street-smart Latina juggling the dangers of the investigation with the demands of her adorable three-year-old daughter and the delights of a surprising new romance.

Kenneth Wishnia is an associate professor of English at Suffolk Community College and the author of the Filomena Buscarsela Mystery series, the first of which was nominated for both the Edgar and the Anthony Awards, and made the Booklist “Best First Mystery” list. He is also the author five other novels, including The Fifth Servant and...
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Title:The Glass FactoryFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:256 pages, 8 × 5 × 0.7 inShipping dimensions:8 × 5 × 0.7 inPublished:August 1, 2013Publisher:PM PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1604867620

ISBN - 13:9781604867626

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"From the first sentence, this book was a delight. Filomena is smart and sassy, and totally believable. . . . She’s the superwoman we women would all like to be, taking everything in her stride. . . ." —Marsali Taylor, promotingcrime.blogspot.co.uk