NEW YORK (AP) - The original "Law & Order" is off the air, but show creator Dick Wolf has more stories to tell: He plans to write novels.
Wolf will write two thrillers, the first of which centers on a terrorist attack in New York. Neither book is yet titled and no release dates have been set. An imprint of HarperCollins, William Morrow, made the announcement Monday.
"Law & Order" ended its run last season after 20 years, a longevity record it shares with the TV western "Gunsmoke."
Wolf is the creator and executive producer of "Law & Order: Los Angeles." It debuts this fall as the newest member of the NBC crime drama family.
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