Warwick resident writes ‘Leo Flower'

| 30 Sep 2011 | 08:29

Warwick resident Norman Isaacson has written a new book called “Leo Flower,” an offbeat mystery that involves a search for a vicious killer and the NYPD’s efforts to prevent the Pope’s assassination when he comes to New York to speak at the United Nations. Leo Flower is a police lieutenant who devised and executes the plans to save the pope. The motley cast of characters includes an 80-year-old ex-gangster, a world famous French actress, a doorman, a Chinese cook, and officers of NYPD’s Dignitary Protection Unit who assist him. Isaacson, a retired Lehman College professor, is an active member of the Warwick Ambulance Corps and a member of the Board of Directors of Occupations, Inc. in Middletown. The book is available for purchase at www.iuniverse.com.