Bill Clinton’s forthcoming thriller, written with James Patterson, will likely contain unparalleled insider knowledge. But many writers have benefited from a discreet word with people in power. Plus, The Guardian picks “The Five Best White House Thrillers.” Read more here.
Take a look at the fiction shelves of any bookshop or library and you’ll probably see the name Baldacci occupying a good length of them.
Washington intrigue, global espionage – no wonder four US presidents count themselves David Baldacci superfans. But, the thriller writer tells Event, even he never expected to bump into Obama in a bookshop… Read more here.
“Baldacci is a truly gifted storyteller, and this novel is a perfect “fix” for the thriller aficionado,” says the Associated Press. Read the full review here.
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Amos Decker, the former professional football player and ex-cop-turned-private detective in best-selling author David Baldacci’s most popular series, is flawed. “I love Amos Decker,” Baldacci said. “He has so many flaws. He crashes and burns a lot. He’s got this superpower that lifts him above other people in a narrow way.” Read the full interview here.
With over 110 million copies of his books in print, chances are you’ve heard the name of author David Baldacci. His first book, Absolute Power, was adapted into a film starring Clint Eastwood. His books have been published in over 45 languages and in more than 80 countries. But it was because of this literary success that Baldacci wanted to avoid preferential treatment when it came to publishing his Vega Jane series for young readers. Read/listen to the full story here.
Best-selling author David Baldacci will receive this year’s Literary Lifetime Achievement Award from the Library of Virginia. The award, which recognizes outstanding and long-lasting contributions to literature by an author with Virginia ties, will be given at the library’s Literary Awards Celebration in October. Read more here.
The thriller writer—who just published his 33rd novel, NO MAN’S LAND—opens up about his penchant for British TV dramas, In Cold Blood, Adele, MacGyver, and warm, fuzzy children’s books.
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