It’s hardly a mys­tery that Wolf can spin a yarn

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Wolf (pic­tured with Law & Or­der cast mem­bers) jumps into the lit­er­ary world with The In­ter­cept. The cre­ator of Law & Or­der and Chicago Fire makes it look like he’s been writ­ing nov­els his en­tire life. The tight prose, great characters and the in­tense twists are all signs of a master at work. Flight 903 in­bound to Ne­wark makes his­tory when a flight at­ten­dant and five pas­sen­gers thwart a hi­jack­ing. The plane lands, the hi­jacker is ar­rested, and the res­cuers be­come in­stant me­dia celebri­ties. The job of un­cov­er­ing the hi­jacker’s mo­tives falls to Jeremy Fisk, an NYPD po­lice de­tec­tive as­signed to the In­tel­li­gence Di­vi­sion of the Joint Ter­ror­ism Task Force. In­ves­ti­gat­ing with his part­ner, they un­cover ev­i­dence that the hi­jacker was meant to fail. While his part­ner tries to pro­tect the heroes of the flight on their whirl­wind tour of var­i­ous me­dia out­lets, Jeremy tries to track down the real mas­ter­mind. Wolf ex­am­ines the ob­ses­sion Amer­i­cans have with in­stant celebrity and how that fame can both boost and hin­der a per­son’s life. And like a fly on the wall, he puts the reader di­rectly into the minds of the po­lice who work to keep ci­ti­zens safe. Read­ers will be clam­our­ing for more ad­ven­tures with Jeremy Fisk.

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