“The Hit” soars to top spot | May 02, 2013
David Baldacci’s new book, “The Hit,” soared to the top of the U.S. bestsellers list on Thursday.
Book buzz: It’s a Hit! | May 02, 2013
It’s a ‘Hit’: David Baldacci’s thriller “The Hit” makes its debut at No. 1 on USA TODAY’s Best-Selling Books list, the first time one of this best-selling novelist’s books has landed in the top spot. Read the full article here.
Celebrity Interview: David Baldacci | April 26, 2013
Yorkshire Evening Post
Read the full interview here.
Moordmachines met een geweten | April 25, 2013
During his recent media tour in The Netherlands, David talked about writing his newest thriller, DE AANSLAG (THE HIT).
“The Hit” is a winner from David Baldacci | April 24, 2013
“The best Baldacci novel in years.” Read the full review here.
David Baldacci: “I worry people will suddenly realise I don’t know what the hell I’m doing” | April 22, 2013
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.
Book review: The Hit | April 22, 2013
Richmond Times Dispatch
“[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.
Baldacci’s ‘The Hit’ will be one with taut action, a dilemma and lots of surprises | April 20, 2013
“Page-turning, pulse-racing action, with surprises and thrills galore… Mesmerizing.” Read the full review here.
Baldacci weaves another hit | April 19, 2013
Daily Express (UK)
“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.
“I like to scare people from a safe distance”: David Baldacci | April 19, 2013
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.