Baldacci is back with a bang

“To put it alliteratively, Baldacci is back with a bang,” writes David Shantanu in The Indian Express. “In The Innocent (Pan Macmillan, Rs. 350), David Baldacci shows why exactly he’s one of the world’s best-selling thriller writers.” Read the full review here.

Meat, Potatoes, and The Innocent: On the Appeal of David Baldacci

“David Baldacci…always delivers a full, hot plate. His latest, The Innocent, is steak, rare, with potatoes and gravy, all-American, all-heart.” Click here to read the full review.

Absolute Passion: BOOMER Magazine talks with David

BOOMER Magazine revisits David Baldacci: the driven Virginia novelist, seller of 110 million books and subject of the first BOOMER cover. Read more here.

David Baldacci on Wish You Well the movie

David talks with Roanoke Valley Television’s Elaine Bays-Murphy about the novel and the film.

Bestselling author of “Wish You Well” says movie will be filmed in Virginia

David was in Roanoke, Va., at the annual meeting of the Roanoke Valley Convention & Visitors Bureau to talk about his latest project: turning his novel WISH YOU WELL into a movie to be filmed entirely on location in Virginia. View David’s interview here and the full article here.

Cast your vote for THE SIXTH MAN

David’s THE SIXTH MAN has been selected as a finalist for the Library of Virginia’s annual People’s Choice Awards. Cast your vote here!

“Lake Effects” to premiere on Hallmark Movie Channel

“Lake Effects” will premiere on Sunday, May 6 at 8 pm ET on the Hallmark Movie Channel.  Click here to view the trailer and learn more about this movie, which was shot on location at one of David’s favorite haunts: Virginia’s beautiful Smith Mountain Lake.

Review: Pick Up The Innocent for a Fast, Exciting Read

“David Baldacci is still at the top of his game,” writes Jackie Cooper of the Huffington Post. “Whether he is writing about ‘The Camel Club'” guys, or a whole new set of characters, which is what he does in his latest novel The Innocent, Baldacci continues to impress.”  Read the full review here.

Who spies this spy? Baldacci’s storytelling hits the mark, as usual

“Baldacci’s storytelling hits the mark, as usual,” writes the Fredericksburg, Va., Free Lance-Star. Read the full review here.

Fiction review: The Innocent

“Baldacci has written an emotionally satisfying beach book … if you can wait that long to read it,” says the Richmond-Times Dispatch.  Read the full review here.