"Brooklyn cop Joe Rizzo is ready to retire and spend the rest of his days with his wife, doting on their grown-up girls. But when his youngest daughter Carol decides to follow her dad onto the force, Joe decides to stay on until she's settled, calling in favors to get her assigned to the easiest house, the best training officer -- anything to protect his baby girl. And while there, he's expected to work a few cases, though he never would've guessed...
2) Rizzo's fire
As twenty-year NYPD veteran Joe Rizzo edges closer to retirement he finds most baffling case of his career, a murder investigation. The victim, Robert Lauria, was practically a hermit and was dead ten days before anyone found him. So who strangled him late one night as he made tea in his kitchen? And could there be a connection to the headline-grabbing murder of a Broadway producer a day earlier? Armed with more street smarts than the FBI agents assigned...