It is August 1946 and the world has fallen silent once more.
A peace that one Alliance welcomes with open arms, savouring a real chance for the killing to end.
A peace that the leaders of another side welcome, seeing the end of combat as acceptable for another reason; so that their plans can foment and that their country might be prepared better for the new war to come.
A peace disregarded by others whose fanaticism will grant them no course of action but to continue the fight.
And a peace that yet another faction has its own ideas on and what purpose it might serve in their long-term plans.
Endgame relates the events from when the firing stopped to when Europe once again descended into a savage combat that ensured that the future of conflict on our planet would never be the same again.
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[The ‘Red Gambit Series’ novels are works of fiction, and deal with fictional events. Most of the characters therein are a figment of the author’s imagination. Without exception, those characters that are historical figures of fact or based upon historical figures of fact are used fictitiously, and their actions, demeanour, conversations, and characters are similarly all figments of the author’s imagination.]