Robert P. Como served as a police
officer with the Nassau County Police Department (New York) for twenty-one years. He was voted "Cop Of The Month" seven times,
and has received the Excellent Police Duty Award. He holds a bachelor's degree in behavioral Sciences/Criminal Justice, and
master's degrees in Public Administration, and counseling. He has done individual, group, and family-systems counseling for
mental health, substance abuse, and relational issues in a children's shelter, county jails, and state prisons.
According to the description of his novel,
Deadly Crossing, “Harbor Meadow, Long Island was a quiet New England style village...until the killings started. Deranged
after a mishap aboard the Soundview: a monstrous 320 foot vessel which plies the waters between Long Island and Connecticut.
a stalker begins an odyssey of murder. His weapon: a sharpened hook-device: a reminder of a childhood escapade gone wrong.
On a foggy November night, the surgeon Regis Bentley became the first victim. And then, the murders began on the Soundview.
Detectives Bill Harwell and Harry Benzer must unravel the mystery surrounding the murder of Doctor Bentley, and the passengers
aboard the Soundview. Their investigation will turn up more than they expected.”
On May 9, 2007, Retired
Nassau County Police Department police officer Robert P. Como published his third book, No Greater Love. According to the
book description, “This high-octane adventure story follows the life of a spiritually tormented man on the road to redemption.”