An act of terrorism at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art leaves the mayor injured and a death toll exceeding 1700 people. And the terrorism does not stop there. As the city's other iconic sites are targeted, the mayor throws Manhattan into lockdown.
New York City Police Commissioner Gina Carbone is closing in on the terrorists. Her tactics well outside legal bounds, her cell operating in total secrecy, Gina takes vigilantism to a new level. Will her extremely aggressive actions succeed—or plunge the city into further catastrophe?
"this summer’s thriller... fast-moving... The writing is superb and descriptions of New York are crisp and authentic."
—San Francisco Book Review
—Lis Wiehl, New York Times best-selling author
"engrossing from first page to the last. Great for a beach read. Don't miss it."
—Mary Ann Smyth, BookLoons
"Simply amazing. When you start this book, set aside a few hours. You will definitely not want to put it down. Paul Batista is such a talent."