Edward Snowden’s release of classified information, search for asylum and avoidance of extradition to the U.S. seem to be straight out of a movie plot. Audie Cornish speaks with best-selling author David Baldacci for his take on scripting Edward Snowden, the movie. Listen to the story here.
Twenty-three of the country’s top thriller writers will combine their talents in FACE OFF, an anthology announced Tuesday by Simon & Schuster and scheduled to come out in summer 2014. David Baldacci will edit the collection. Read more here.
TV Guide sits down with the stars of TNT’s “King & Maxwell” to investigate their spark. Read the full interview here.
“It’s fun to be part of a show that’s based on a popular series of books,” says Rebecca Romijn (the shape-shifting Mystique in the X-Men films), who stars as Maxwell. King is played by Jon Tenney, who starred as Brenda Leigh Johnson’s (Kyra Sedgwick) FBI-agent husband on TNT’s The Closer. Read more here.
TNT adds more ampersands and more private eyes to its drama lineup. Jon Tenney and Rebecca Romijn star as best-selling author David Baldacci’s popular characters Sean King and Michelle Maxwell, former Secret Service agents who use their unique skills — not to mention their razor-sharp chemistry — to give them a leg up on conventional law enforcement. Read the full interview with Jon Tenney here.
Christian Kane and Jerry O’Connell have been tapped to guest-star on TNT’s new drama King & Maxwell. Read more here.
Book Expo America brings together publishers, authors, booksellers and librarians — about 20,000 of them this year — to sell, buy and celebrate books. The convention included a lively thriller pane, in which David Baldacci, Michael Connelly, George Pelecanos, and Scott Turow talked crime with Marcia Clark. Read more here.
Jon Tenney stars as Sean King and Rebecca Romijn as Michelle Maxwell in the summer TV series based on David Baldacci novels. (Tune in on Monday, June 10th at 10 pm ET/9 pm CT on TNT.) Read more here.
Selling nearly 450 million books between them, these authors are the very best of the giants of the crime genre. Read more here.
David talks reading and writing with the Financial Times. Read the full interview here.