Thriller Instinct | March 20, 2009
David Baldacci’s 16 books were all bestsellers. Why do people have such a problem with that? Read more…
Interview with David Baldacci | February 12, 2009
David Baldacci is indisputably one of the greatest thriller writers of the last decade, says Strand Magazine. One of the most endearing qualities of a Baldacci novel is the world he creates: heroes with severe flaws, powerful men of influence who are easily corruptible, or in the case of his most recent novel, The Whole Truth, a merchant of death, who runs a philanthropic organization for children suffering from incurable diseases.
Read the full interview here.
Radio interview – WAMC | December 18, 2008
WAMC Northeast Public Radio
David talks with host Joe Donahue about his latest bestselling thriller, Divine Justice. Listen to the interview here…
Writer’s Digest Live: David Baldacci | July 01, 2008
David talks with Writer’s Digest about his thriller novels, his favorite authors, his new children’s series and why he doesn’t write about things he knows and, instead, prefers to write about things he’d like to know. Watch the interview here.
True Lies | April 02, 2008
David discusses his latest novel. Read the full interview here.
Author David Baldacci’s Power Over the Pen is Absolute | December 10, 2007
David Baldacci’s novels — packed with Secret Service agents, CIA sharpshooters and presidents who sometimes commit crimes — are catnip to the power elite of Washington, D.C. Read more…
Mystery Man: David Baldacci | August 01, 2007
David Baldacci’s thrillers are bestsellers, and he lives very well in Virginia. But there’s a lot that people don’t know about him—from his days selling vacuum cleaners to his charitable work. Read more here.
2006 Commencement Address – University of Virginia Law School | May 15, 2006
A graduate of the University of Virginia’s Law School, David gives the commencement address in 2006.
The A-Z of DC | November 07, 2005
Mail on Sunday
Washington DC is the most powerful city in the world. That must be one reason why 40 million people visit the American capital each year. But there are plenty of other attractions. David Baldacci picks his favorites. Read more…