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K j a Wishnia

(Kenneth J Wishnia)
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aka Kenneth Wishnia

Kenneth John Alexander Wishnia's debut novel, 23 Shades of Black, featuring Filomena Buscarsela, was short-listed for the Edgar and Anthony awards for best first novel in 1998. He has written three subsequent Filomena mysteries, Soft Money, The Glass Factory and Red House. Born in New Hampshire, he is a graduate of Brown University and has a Ph.D. in comparative literature from SUNY Stony Brook. He lives on Long Island, New York, with his wife, a native of Ecuador, and their two children, and is a professor in the English Department at SUNY Suffolk.
   The Fifth Servant (2010) (as by Kenneth Wishnia)
   The Crime Cafe 9 Book Set (2016) (with Austin Camacho, Donna Fletcher Crow, W D Gagliani, M Ruth Myers, Dale T Phillips, Benjamin Sobieck, Jim Winter (as by Kenneth Wishnia) and Frank Zafiro)
   Flat Rate (1997)
Anthologies edited
   Jewish Noir (2015) (as by Kenneth Wishnia)
   Jewish Noir 2 (2021) (with Chantelle Aimee Osman (as by Kenneth Wishnia) )