In addition to being a highly-regarded writer of fiction, Leuci is also a former NYPD detective known for his work exposing corruption in the police department and the criminal justice system. The film and book Prince of the City are based on a portion of Leuci's career. The film starred Treat Williams as Leuci.
Since his retirement from the NYPD Leuci has written novels, short stories, TV episodes (100 Centre Street) and All the Centurions, a memoir of his years on the force. Leuci's widely-popular novels include Blaze, Captain Butterfly, Doyle's Disciples, Double Edge, Fence Jumpers, Odessa Beach, The Snitch and Renegades.
Leuci has taught and had residencies at over forty universities and law schools and lectured on morality and ethics at many of the nation’s police departments as well as the FBI academy in Quantico, Virginia. Leuci is also an adjunct professor of writing at the University of Rhode Island. He and his wife Kathy live in Saunderstown, RI.
Leuci joines a distinguished panel of advisors including, among others, Grateful Dead lyricist, Electronic Frontier Foundation Founder, and Harvard Law School/Berkman Center Fellow John Perry Barlow ... and writer and editor Arthur Goldwag (author of such noted books as The New Hate: A History of Fear and Loathing on the Populist Right).
Founded in 2010, New Street Communications, LLC, has in a brief four years developed a list of more than sixty titles available in paper, eBook and audio editions, these spread over three imprints: New Street, New Street Nautical Audio, and Dark Hall Press (the latter focusing on Horror and Science Fiction).
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