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Adam Hamdy


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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
 
Series
John Wallace
   0.5. Run (2016)
   1. Pendulum (2016)
   2. Freefall (2017)
   3. Aftershock (2018)
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The Dare (2021)
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