Other Books in Series
This is book number 1 in the Pendulum series.
Then he gets lucky and manages to escape his apartment, just ahead of his assailant. Bloody, barefoot, and with at least one broken rib, he has no choice but to run for his life.
When his would-be killer strikes again, Wallace realizes he will have to figure out who is hunting him and stop him on his own.
About the Author
Adam Hamdy is an author, screenwriter, and filmmaker who has worked with producers and studios on both sides of the Atlantic. In addition to his own original work, Adam has adapted a number of comic books and novels for the screen, including the forthcoming film version of David Mitchell's novel, Number9Dream. Pendulum is Adam's third novel. Prior to becoming a writer, Adam was a strategy consultant and advised global businesses operating in a wide range of industries. Adam lives in Shropshire with his wife and three children.
"I read Pendulum in one gloriously suspenseful weekend. Definitely one of the best thrillers of the year."
—James Patterson, #1 New York Times bestselling author
"Adam Hamdy's high-octane cat-and-mouse psychological thriller offers relentless suspense, quicksilver pacing and characters with surprising depth."
"Wild, bewildering and fantastic...I hope for more by this talented and innovative author."
—Great Mysteries and Thrillers
"fast-paced, cinematic thriller"
"There are treats along the way... expands into a wide-screen thriller involving bombs, helicopters, and a law-enforcement army."—Booklist
"Hamdy grabs the reader from the first line and doesn't let up on the pace or the tension for a moment...This is heart-stopping stuff!"—CHOICE
"Action-packed, high-octane, broad-brush-stroke thriller...says something worth listening to."—Mystery People
"A strong cast of characters and the author's ability to engage the reader with an engrossing and invigorating plot whet the reader's appetite for more."
"This relentlessly suspenseful thriller kept my interest until the denouement... Loved the action scenes though, very well done."—Deadly Pleasures Magazine