T.J. Newman’s third novel is coming later this year, Deadline reports.

Little, Brown will publish the novelist’s Worst Case Scenario this summer. It describes the book as a “heart-stopping thriller.”

Newman, a former bookseller and flight attendant, burst onto the literary scene in 2021 with Falling, her novel about a terrorist who contacts an airline pilot via FaceTime and demands that he crash the plane he’s flying or his family will be killed. She followed up two years later with Drowning: The Rescue of Flight 1421, which follows passengers on a flight that has crashed into an ocean and the rescue team that tries to save them.

Both novels, which were published by Simon & Schuster’s Avid Reader Press, are being adapted as films, with Newman writing the script for Falling, and Paul Greengrass set to write and direct the Drowning adaptation.

Worst Case Scenario tells the story of an airplane that crashes into a Minnesota nuclear power plant after the pilot suffers a heart attack. Residents of the small town where the plant is located are forced to work together to prevent the situation from becoming even more catastrophic. “It will take the combined courage, ingenuity, and determination of a brave few to save not only their community and loved ones, but the fate of humanity at large,” Little, Brown says.

Worst Case Scenario is scheduled for publication on Aug. 13.

Michael Schaub is a contributing writer.