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Adam Hamdyis the author of the Pendulum trilogy of which New York Times bestselling author, James Patterson, said: "I read Pendulum in one gloriously suspenseful weekend. Definitely one of the best thrillers of the year".

As a screenwriter, Adam has worked with studios and production companies on both sides of the Atlantic, and is currently developing original TV dramas with networks in the UK and US.

Prior to embarking on his writing career, Adam was a strategy consultant and advised global businesses in the medical systems, robotics, technology and financial services sectors.

Genres: Thriller, Mystery
New Books
December 2022

Private Beijing
(Private , book 17)
John Wallace
   0.5. Run (2016)
   1. Pendulum (2016)
   2. Freefall (2017)
   3. Aftershock (2018)
Scott Pearce
   1. Black 13 (2020)
   2. Red Wolves (2021)
   3. White Fire (2023)
Adam Hamdy recommends
The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle (2018)
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"A beautifully written, mind-bending whirligig of a book."
The Devil's Dice (2018)
(DI Meg Dalton, book 1)
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"Smart, atmospheric detective story with an unexpected topical twist."
Guess Who? (2018)
Chris McGeorge
"Kept me utterly hooked."
A Nearly Normal Family (2019)
M T Edvardsson
"An unsettling page turner. Highly Recommended."
The Eighth Girl (2020)
Maxine Mei-Fung Chung
"Deftly written by an author whose professional expertise shines through, I was captivated by The Eighth Girl. A dark and disturbing tale set in London's gritty underbelly, The Eighth Girl asks big questions about identity, truth and society."
Power Play (2020)
(Dempsey/Devlin, book 3)
Tony Kent
"High stakes, high-octane action with twists and turns that will make you gasp."
The List (2020)
Carys Jones
"The List is a sharp psychological thriller. A captivating premise and an engrossing read. Carys Jones delivers twists and turns that will keep you hooked to the very last page."
A Time to Lie (2020)
Simon Berthon
"A Prime Minister with a murky past, a gruesome discovery and dark intrigue make A Time to Lie a topical read. Simon Berthon takes readers on an insightful journey through corridors of power walked by those with terrible secrets. Dark and twisted, A Time to Lie is a tense and timely novel."
The Dare (2021)
Lesley Kara
"Lesley Kara has done it again. The Dare is a gripping tale of secrets, betrayal and love's power to corrupt and redeem. Brilliantly plotted, The Dare keeps you guessing to the very end, and like Lizzie, the reader never knows who to trust. Destined for the bestseller charts and deservedly so."
The Source (2021)
Sarah Sultoon
"A brave and thought-provoking debut novel. Sarah Sultoon tackles a challenging and disturbing subject without sensation, and her sensitive handling, tight plotting and authentic storytelling make for a compelling read."
Call to Kill (2021)
(Matt Mason, book 1)
Billy Billingham
"I couldn't put it down. From the dramatic opening sequence to the powerful, emotional ending, Billy Billingham's debut, Call to Kill, never fails to deliver. Brimming with 'been there done that' authenticity and captivating insight into the clandestine world of secret operations, Billingham has succeeded in creating a wonderfully engaging protagonist. I can't wait for the next in the Matt Mason series."
In Harm's Way (2021)
Anthony Mosawi
"Robert Ludlum meets Stephen King. In Harm's Way is a fantastic, fast-paced thriller that confounds expectations. Anthony Mosawi has created a wonderfully original character in Sara Eden and I can't wait to see more of her. Highly recommended."
The Dying Squad (2021)
(Dying Squad, book 1)
Adam Simcox
"Whip-smart, fresh with a dash of dark humour, The Dying Squad is a wildly entertaining read. Highly recommended."
The Body Man (2021)
Eric P Bishop
"I loved 'The Body Man'. Eric has written a taut, torn-from-the-pages thriller that takes readers into a world of secrets and power ... packed with compelling characters who are so authentic I feel I've met them."
A Loyal Traitor (2021)
(Richard Knox, book 2)
Tim Glister
"A Loyal Traitor is a thoroughly gripping spy thriller. Tim Glister puts the reader at the heart of the Cold War and captures the high stakes paranoia of the era brilliantly."
The Interview (2022)
C M Ewan
"CM Ewan has a well-deserved reputation as one of Britain's best thriller writers. The Interview is a tense, twisting novel that will keep you gripped until the very last page."
All I Said Was True (2022)
Imran Mahmood
"A beautifully written, gripping page-turner that you won't want to put down."
The Redeemer (2022)
(Shanna Regan, book 1)
Victoria Goldman
"Victoria Goldman has crafted a tense, twisty crime thriller that will hook readers and intrigue them with an authentic portrayal of a community that's been underrepresented in British fiction. Highly recommended."
Truly, Darkly, Deeply (2022)
Victoria Selman
"Truly Darkly Deeply is a gripping exploration of a serial killer's legacy. A deft and atmospheric journey into darkness, with twists and turns that will keep you guessing until the final page. Highly recommended."
A Long Shadow (2022)
(Antonia Conti Thriller, book 1)
David Beckler
"A gripping thriller that presents an all too plausible vision of a dystopian future. A Long Shadow by David Beckler is a propulsive and thought-provoking read."

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