Sous la chaleur estivale de Londres, deux frères orchestrent l’attaque terroriste la plus meurtrière que la ville ait jamais vue. Trois trains à destination de l'aéroport sont immobilisés et des milliers de personnes sont retenues en otage. Et lorsque la poussière retombe, la police métropolitaine est à la recherche de solutions.


Les terroristes promettent de laisser partir les otages, mais d’abord le détective Jake Tanner doit jouer son rôle dans leurs jeux tordus. Les règles sont simples: suivez-les et personne ne sera blessé. Brisez-les, et les conséquences seront fatales. Mais quand il découvre l’identité de l’un des passagers, Jake réalise qu’il ne s’agit pas seulement de sauver des otages.


Aux prises avec un personnage sans visage qui s’est désigné Dieu, Jake doit sauver les passagers avant que la ville ne s’abîme.


Mais jusqu'où ira-t-il? Va-t-il sauver tout le monde à temps? Et aimera-t-il la vérité glaçante qu’il apprend en chemin?

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Danny was in the driving seat; Michael – the middle brother – riding shotgun. Michael was the strongest and biggest, declaring himself the brute force of the operation. Always the first one to enter the banks or jewellery stores, he could set the mood, the tempo and scare the shit out of everyone in front of him. Anyone who tried to stand up to him rapidly wished they hadn’t for fear of being picked up and squeezed. Whereas Danny was the opposite. Slimmer. Shorter. And in his own words, more handsome. During their operations he had always seemed to be the most calm, the most relaxed, the most authoritative. He took control of the entire room with his voice. 

Michael leant forward and switched the radio up full blast. ‘Robbers’ by The 1975 played.


Meanwhile, Luke – the youngest – was in the back, clinging to the shoulders of Michael and Danny’s synthetic plastic seats. They neared a roundabout, and Danny showed no signs of slowing down. Instead, he pressed the accelerator and swerved the black Ford transit round the bend, ignoring the horns and gesticulations from other drivers. The sudden force of the movement caused Luke to lose his grip on the seats and slam into the interior panels of the van, his head ricocheting off the metal. 

‘Fucking hell, Danny!’ he shouted, leaning into the cockpit and turning the radio off. ‘Watch it!’ 


Danny snickered and looked in his side-view mirror. 


‘Sorry, mate. Didn’t realise you were in the back there. You’re so quiet.’ 


‘Not that you’d be able to hear me.’ Luke slapped Michael on the back of the head for nearly bursting his eardrums. ‘Thought we weren’t supposed to be drawing attention to ourselves?’


‘Can’t you feel the adrenaline pumping?’ Danny asked, glancing in the rear-view mirror. Luke glimpsed a fiery excitement behind his eldest brother’s darkened eyes. 


‘This thing’ll go off if you aren’t careful.’ Holding Danny’s gaze, Luke pointed to the metal object covered in tarpaulin in the back of the van. 


‘The only reason it’ll go off is if your fat arse sits on it,’ Michael replied. 

They called themselves The Crimsons. And they had been in the business of robbing banks for years. Nine, in fact. They had travelled the length of the country, raiding some of the largest banks and jewellers on the high street. And, in that time, they had become invisible – masters of deception and anonymity. Thanks, ultimately, to their excessive attention to detail. They left nothing uncovered – no escape unaccounted for. All bases of their heists were meticulously prepared. Not to mention that it helped to have certain friends in certain high places on the payroll.


But for their final heist, Danny – the eldest brother – wanted to go rogue. Off the books. Off the radar. And off the fucking chain. He had ingrained his modus operandi in them as soon as they began planning. He wanted to commit the worst robbery ever seen and be immortalised by the media coverage that had followed them throughout their nine-year career. And they were going to make it exceptional. 



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