“The best Baldacci novel in years.” Read the full review here.
Author David Baldacci, 52, has written 26 best-selling thriller novels with help from pals in the US Secret Service. His latest, The Hit, is out now. Read more here.
“[The Hit’s] pace is relentless, and Baldacci’s reworking of his perennial theme — absolute power corrupts absolutely — gives the book a sense of urgency and cultural relevance that many thrillers lack.” Read more here.
“Page-turning, pulse-racing action, with surprises and thrills galore… Mesmerizing.” Read the full review here.
“This is a page-turner of a book. You will see where it is going long before you get there but you won’t see who’s pulling the strings. Baldacci sets up a raft of villains that will keep you looking over your shoulder to the very end.” Read the full review here.
One of the world’s highest selling thriller fiction writers, David Baldacci, 10 of whose books have made it to the top of the New York Times best-sellers’ list with over 100 million books in print over 45 languages, says the timeless appeal of thrillers lies in the fact “that people like to be scared from a safe distance.” Read more here.
The BBC’s Nick Higham talks to David Baldacci about e-readers, gun control, and his new novel, The Hit. View the interview here.
The man who loves to thrill is all set with his latest shot of adrenaline, The Hit, exactly six months after his last book, The Forgotten, appeared on the bestseller lists. Read more here.
David talks with Front Row’s Mark Lawson about how and why he writes his thrillers. Listen to the full interview here.
David visited Sublime FM’s pop-up studio in Utrecht, The Netherlands, to sign books and talk about his latest thriller, De Aanslag (THE HIT).