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A maverick New York City Police Department captain leads his men during one summer day, filled with protests, officers shot, an internal affairs inquiry, and a cardiac condition.
At sunrise, in the shadow of the Brooklyn Bridge, shots ring out. A New York City Police Officer’s partner has just been shot in the head while seated in his patrol car. This is the news Dave Singer, maverick police captain for over twenty-six years, must face as he begins his day as the commanding officer of the Manhattan South Special Operations Unit (M.S.S.O.U.).
Singer never considered the coincidental timing of his systematic transfer, from the 86th Precinct in Brooklyn, and the startling revelation of missing narcotics in the infamous “French Connection” case were related. But they were. Through the years, with all the stress and strain he encountered, Captain Singer clearly distinguished himself by his supreme leadership and fortitude.