50 Cent has a thriller coming out later this year, People magazine reports.

Amistad will publish the rapper, actor, and entrepreneur’s The Accomplice, co-written with Aaron Philip Clark (Under Color of Law) this summer. An Amazon page for the novel says the book “combines the imaginative page-turning suspense of S. A. Cosby’s novels with the high-tension thrills of the Netflix blockbuster series Money Heist.” 

The novel will follow Nia Turner, a Black woman Texas Ranger on the trail of a Vietnam veteran turned thief who blackmails a wealthy family.

“I want to bring a big heist story to the page,” 50 Cent said in a statement. “My debut fiction novel and its follow-up series will be captivating.”

50 Cent is the author of previous books including a young adult novel, Playground, and nonfiction titles including The 50th Law, co-written with Robert Greene, and Hustle Smarter Hustle Harder, published under his birth name, Curtis Jackson. A critic for Kirkus wrote of that book, “Savor the celebrity gossip and push through to the lessons of one of hip-hop’s most successful businessmen ever.”

Amistad executive editor Patrik Henry Bass told People, “The Accomplice is going to surprise readers in wonderful ways. It’s everything you want in a page-turner: vivid writing, complex, multi-dimensional characters, many plot twists, witty dialogue and Curtis’ inimitable charm and authenticity.”

50 Cent announced the news of his new book on Instagram in a post that seemed to ding Floyd Mayweather Jr., the boxer whom 50 Cent has previously suggested is illiterate (a claim that Mayweather refutes).

“I have no beef with anyone, I even made sure the audiobook comes out at the same time so champ won’t feel left out,” 50 Cent wrote.

The Accomplice is slated for publication on Sept. 3.

Michael Schaub is a contributing writer.