Bestselling novelist David Baldacci has been called “the master of the thriller”, having enthralled readers with his pulse-pounding plots for almost two decades. In his latest novel, The Target, Baldacci transports his readers into one of the most enigmatic and most dangerous places on the planet: North Korea. Read the full interview here.
David Baldacci uses his spy world contacts to give his thrillers the authentic touch. Now he’s on a mission to tackle America’s literacy crisis. Read more here.
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In David Baldacci’s high-octane world, women aren’t looking for romance with Mr. Right – they have their sights on the next target. Read more here.
Since the success of his first novel author David Baldacci has sold more than 100 million books. Here, he reveals his close links with the FBI and why dinner with former president George W. Bush didn’t go to plan.
Authors David Baldacci and Imogen Edwards-Jones discuss the world of insider novels with the BBC’s Evan Davis. Listen to the interview here.
The best-selling thriller writer David Baldacci tells stories about the American Secret Service and the Washington DC corridors of power. Many of his plots and characters are based on his real-life contacts with undercover agents. He talks with Matthew Bannister about his latest book, The Target.
David Baldacci has earned a loyal, worldwide fan base with his fast-paced, plot-driven thrillers. With The Finisher (ages 10 and older, 512 pages, Scholastic Press, $17.99), Baldacci makes his middle-grade fantasy debut in a novel featuring a wisecracking, clever and brave young heroine named Vega Jane. Baldacci’s mastery of emotional tension and full-throttle action is on fine display. The quirky, lovable cast of characters will endear The Finisher to readers of all ages. Read more here.
David’s Baldacci’s short story “Bullseye” spent the most weeks (eight) in the quarter as the top-selling fiction e-book single, according to Thin Reads research. Read more here.