Blackmail is a dangerous game. But when the US Ambassador to London and the British Prime Minister are caught up in it, the situation becomes deadly.
The Palindrome Cult members are fanatical. They will stop at nothing to achieve their aims. But who are they? And who is their elusive leader?
Hedge and Cole must hunt them down, before the government is fatally damaged, and before more people have to die.
This is a novel in the acclaimed Hedge & Cole thriller series.
(The Palindrome Cult story concludes in this book, but the main characters are set to return in future exploits).
Cole is a tough, ex-military man. He’s the sort of person that trouble and danger seem to follow, wherever he goes. He can be ruthless when he needs to be. And he often finds the need.
Hedge is a reluctant hero. Plagued with anxieties and haunted by flashbacks, he is not the type of lead character that you would normally expect. This novel is refreshingly different in that respect.
You are invited along for the ride, but will you be able to unravel the secret of the Cult before the ultimate, shocking, twist in the tail?
Kevin Bradley shows how to mix fast paced action, with suspense and intrigue. This novel will have you on the edge of your seat from start to finish.
This book would sit well alongside your Lee Child and Michael Connelly favourites!
What people are saying about The Palindrome Cult.
“A fantastic book, with many twists and turns. I was gripped from start to finish.”
“This is a great read, one I couldn't put down. Kevin Bradley is up there with the likes of Scott Mariani, Mark Dawson and Stephen Leather. Plenty of drama, suspense, twists and turns. Don't make me wait too long for the next one.”
“Riveting. Great characters, great writing, great story. Excellent use of facts and geographic backdrop. Totally enjoyed it.”
“I can definitely recommend this book. If you manage to predict the twist in the story, then you have a better imagination than me!”
“An enjoyable book with some unexpected and interesting events in the storyline. I wasn’t sure where it was going, but the end did surprise me. I will definitely be reading the next books in the series.”
“There’s a touch of Lee Child about this.”