Endgame is a fast paced, high-octane thriller, where global terrorism is no longer a threat, but a deadly reality. Set in Manchester - home to one of the world’s most successful soccer teams, Salford Rangers – the city plays host to the biggest terrorist siege in history. More
Endgame is a fast paced, high-octane thriller, where global terrorism is no longer a threat, but a deadly reality. Set in Manchester - home to one of the world’s most successful soccer teams, Salford Rangers – the city plays host to the biggest terrorist siege in history.
Jenny O’Brien is a PR virtuoso and Salford Rangers’ prime spokesperson. She hatches a plan for a Dream Soccer tournament, before teaming up with a rock promoter to create the biggest charity event the world has ever seen.
Hanif Saeed, a devout Muslim, judges the world through everything he reads on the newsstands in his father’s shop, using his computer to broadcast his contempt for celebrity culture. It’s his dalliances on the Internet, which set him on a course to Afghanistan where he becomes an unlikely pawn in the global game of terrorism.
Ellie Jones is envied by millions for her WAG status; but no one knows of her desperate struggle to become pregnant. When she finally conceives, her media value soars and places a very high price upon her head.
Fundamentalist leaders watch everything from across the world. They command a whole new breed of recruits who are slick, well educated and extremely well financed. Operating in cells, these insurgents remain elusive, hidden; quietly fulfilling their destinies.
Hundreds of thousands turn out for the charity event, while people across the world turn on the TV and sit back to watch the world uniting for one common cause. Moments later, they’re gripping their armrests in horror, as Salford Park is hijacked. As the nightmare unfolds, MI5’s Special Ops Team realise they’ve been completely out-maneuvered. But the clock is ticking and the fate of one woman and her unborn child hangs in the balance. It’s only then that she and the others, finally discover what a policy of “No negotiation with Terrorists,” means for them.