A white-knuckle tale of responsibility, betrayal and the search for atonement from the bestselling author of The Good Liar.
A terrorist attack has just hit a busy railway station. Jake Winter was the British intelligence officer in charge of stopping the attack and now his career, and his conscience, are in free fall . . .
Jake's next anti-terror operation has to be a success. He has got himself a new source - a young British Asian man, Rashid, recently returned, apparently disillusioned, from battle, who he hopes is the key to foiling the next attack and to getting him to the leader of the network. But is Rashid really working for British intelligence, or has Jake put his faith in the wrong man once again?
A Fatal Game is the story of an organisation, and a single man, in a state of panic. And panic is the last thing you need when you're playing a game like this . . .