Perricone '70 Publishes First Book

10846585_1382129362085040_159877215_nSal R. Perricone ’70, a graduate of the first class of Brother Martin, has written a book which was recently published.  “Blue Steel Crucifix” is a fictional story about a beautiful confidante of a former Louisiana governor who is found floating in a desolate swamp near New Orleans a few days before Christmas 2003, and no one in the FBI seems to care, despite her having cooperated on one of their most important investigations.

S.R. Perricone, for nearly 40 years, has served in nearly every aspect of law enforcement. He has served as a police detective, an FBI Agent and for 21 years, a Federal Prosecutor.He has been the Chief of the Organized Crime Strike force and before his retirement in 2012, served as the Senior Litigation Counsel for the U.S. Attorney’s Office in New Orleans. He has been an attorney for 35 years. During his career he specialized in Public Corruption and Organized Crime investigations and prosecutions. His first novel, “Blue Steel Crucifix” was published on December 19, 2014.