- BEA 2015: David Baldacci Continues His Fantasy World-Building
The Finisher, David Baldacci’s debut YA fantasy in March, introduced iron-willed Vega Jane, who takes a stand and fights to do what’s right after discovering that her village of Wormwood is built on dangerous lies.
- Bestselling Thriller Writer Baldacci Launches Kids' Fantasy Series
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- Decoding History with David Baldacci, via Webcast
“David Baldacci had set some of in the Smithsonian and had done much of his research there.
- iBooks Bestsellers: David Baldacci Nabs #1
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- First Family
They even manage to bruise the ego of First Lady Jane Cox, who hires them after her 12-year-old niece is kidnapped following a birthday party at Camp David.
- Absolute Power
Casting the president of the United States as a crazed villain isn't a new idea--Fletcher Knebel worked it 30 years ago, in Night of Camp David--but in this sizzler of a first novel, Baldacci, a D.C. attorney, proves that the premise still has long legs.
- HOUR GAME
Baldacci's last book, Split Second , was a relatively weak offering from this bestselling author, sunk by a cartoonish villain and absurd plot.
- LAST MAN STANDING
This is Baldacci's most accomplished thriller.
- The Simple Truth
But for foxy plotting, Baldacci is easily Grisham's peer, and his characters are always captivating.
- The Collectors
This time around, Baldacci wisely tones down the wackiness of the club members, focusing instead on bringing Seagraves to justice while Annabelle works her ingenious scam.
- Simple Genius
Both mysteries are fairly run of the mill, lacking the sharp twists and expert pacing that characterize Baldacci's fiction at its best.
- The Winner
The title doesn't refer to Baldacci but it could, as the author of last year's not-so-hot Total Control sets a wildfire of a thriller that rivals his Absolute Power for suspense, excitement and bankability.
- THE CHRISTMAS TRAIN
This is a more warmhearted and enjoyable novel than Grisham's comparable holiday offering last year, Skipping Christmas, and Baldacci's fans will snap it up as the Yuletide treat it is.
- Saving Faith
Baldacci's prose can still break the jaws of subvocalizers, too.
- SPLIT SECOND
This is, alas, Baldacci's weakest thriller in years—but with its terrific title, the Baldacci name and heavy promo, it's bound to hit the lists.