Police Service Area 7 sergeant Jordan Castro debuts novel, ‘Smoke and Mirrors: Police Dreams’
By Robert Wirsing
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A local police sergeant’s novel reveals the challenges police officers face protecting and serving their communities.
As America was entrenched in a heated debate over police matters in the U.S., active Police Service Area 7 sergeant Jordan Castro patrolled by day and wrote by night.
Inspired by the writings of F. Scott Fitzgerald, Castro, a Riverdale native and son of Cuban immigrants, penned something much deeper than a typical police thriller.
In his debut novel, ‘Smoke and Mirrors: Police Dreams,’ the 37-year-old Manhattan College alum reflects upon modern American society and the profession of policing during the ‘Police Era,’ one of the most tumultuous periods in recent history.
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Castro, Jordan [MC????]
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I believe that Jordan is a member of the Class of 2001.
McEneney, Mike (MC1953)
[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]
Castro, Jordan [MC2001]
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