“The Execution” brings back NYPD Detective Jeremy Fisk, whom Dick Wolf – best known as producer of the “Law & Order” TV franchise – introduced in his first novel, “The Intercept.” Now, Fisk’s Joint Terrorism Task Force is back on high alert as an elusive assassin heads to Manhattan for United Nations Week, when the world’s most powerful leaders will be gathered – and vulnerable.
“The Execution” brings back NYPD Detective Jeremy Fisk, whom Dick Wolf – best known as producer of the “Law & Order” TV franchise – introduced in his first novel, “The Intercept.” Now, Fisk’s Joint Terrorism Task Force is back on high alert as an elusive assassin heads to Manhattan for United Nations Week, when the world’s most powerful leaders will be gathered – and vulnerable. William Morrow
“The Execution” brings back NYPD Detective Jeremy Fisk, whom Dick Wolf – best known as producer of the “Law & Order” TV franchise – introduced in his first novel, “The Intercept.” Now, Fisk’s Joint Terrorism Task Force is back on high alert as an elusive assassin heads to Manhattan for United Nations Week, when the world’s most powerful leaders will be gathered – and vulnerable. William Morrow

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