Bestsellers: ‘The Innocent’ guilty of being No. 1

New York’s Newsday says that THE INNOCENT is “guilty of being No. 1.”  View the full list of bestsellers here.

“The Innocent” soars to top of bestseller list

David Baldacci’s latest novel, “The Innocent,” shot to the top of Publishers Weekly‘s best-sellers list on Thursday. See the complete list here.

David Baldacci talks about “The Innocent”

Colorado’s KUSA-TV 9News at Noon talks with David Baldacci about his latest novel, “The Innocent.” Read and/or view the interview here.

Four more Baldaccis for Pan Mac

Pan Macmillan has acquired UK and Commonwealth rights for four more novels by bestselling thriller writer David Baldacci. Read more

Review: THE INNOCENT by David Baldacci captures deadly world of hesitant assassin

“Another great novel by a brilliant writer,” says the Lincoln Journal Star. “Baldacci catches you from the very first page and grabs your attention until the last word. Read it.” Read the full review here.

David Baldacci’s THE INNOCENT

The Virginia-based bestselling author appears on WTVR’s Virginia This Morning to share the inspiration and plot for his latest book, THE INNOCENT.

David Baldacci on THE INNOCENT

Arts editor Terry Matthews gives THE INNOCENT five (out of five) stars. Read her interview with David here.

Baldacci: Being a lawyer made me a better storyteller

David chatted with Charlie Rose, Gayle King and Erica Hill on CBS This Morning about his new book, THE INNOCENT, and much more. View the interview here.

Wish You Well Foundation Receives Literacy Award

David and Michelle Baldacci and their Wish You Well Foundation were recognized by the Virginia Literacy Leadership Council for their outstanding support of and service to literacy organizations nationwide.  Click here to listen to David’s remarks about the importance of literacy services.

David Baldacci on ZERO DAY

David talks with Texas Public Radio’s “Some Books Considered” host Dan Skinner about the first book in a new series of novels featuring Army crime investigator John Puller, bringing his King and Maxwell series to television, and why books can change people’s lives. Listen to the interview here.