See pigs fly.
This is not Jack Reacher’s Manhattan. Most of the action in Lee Child’s Gone Tomorrow takes place in decidedly less upscale NYC locales– Penn Station, the 14th Precinct, the subway (trains and tracks), alleyways, and (exception noted) The Four Seasons Hotel. (But don’t get your hopes up regarding the latter; Reacher is not a guest there.)
You don’t need to know the plot specifics. Gone Tomorrow is comfortingly similar to the 19 (?) other Reacher thrillers, complicated, suspenseful, violent, and informative (ask me about subway car design.)
Don’t start this one too late in the evening; you’ll be up all night!