"Realistic depiction of the illegal immigrant story in New York City"
She honestly tries to stay out of trouble and obey the
rules while working at a salary that keep her bosses at the
Davis and Bacon Company happy. However, former Ecuadorian
freedom fighter turned apprentice private detective
Filomenia Buscarsella believes her adopted country should
do more for the poor that barely speaks English. This
leads her to take on cases that are pro bono, as many of
her clients cannot pay the fee.
When Mrs. Munoz comes to the office begging for help in
finding her missing son of three days, Filomena agrees to
search for the lad. Filomena spends a lot of work time on
the investigation only to find her client's son is dead.
The police believe the victim accidentally drowned in an
icy puddle of water. Later Sonny Tescaro goes berserk and
draws a gun on six cops. Filomena needs to find out why he
did such a stupid thing, not yet aware that her trials are
RED HOUSE is a realistic depiction of the illegal immigrant
story in New York City. K. J. A. Wishna shows how these
desperate souls are exploited and their civil rights
trampled. The heroine is a champion of fairness who tries
to insure the right thing happens for those individuals
trapped beneath the safety net of the American justice