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'Law & Order' producer throws the book at new novels

Dick Wolf apparently doesn't sleep.

Wolf, creator of the landmak "Law & Order" series, and its spinoffs, including NBC's upcoming "Law & Order: Los Angeles," is adding "novelist" to his considerable resume.

William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollins Publisher, has announced plans to publish two novels by Wolf.

The first novel, which does not have a title yet, is billed as "a realistic, high-concept suspence thriller about a major terrorist attack planned for New York City over the July 4th weekend, engaging the Joint Terrorism Task Force and a NYPD detective who is the city's last hope to stop the attack."

— Greg Braxton


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