“Baldacci has been on a hot streak for the past few years,” says the Richmond Times-Dispatch, “and ‘The Target’ continues the trend. This isn’t a garden-variety thriller or even a garden-variety Baldacci. It’s among his most exhilarating books yet.” Read the review.
David talks with with CBS This Morning’s Gayle King, Charlie Rose and Norah O’Donnell about THE TARGET.
You may have seen David Baldacci’s name on your parents’ bookshelves before — he’s written 27 novels for adults, and there are more than 110 million copies of his books in print worldwide! We’re happy to report, though, that his latest endeavor — THE FINISHER — belongs squarely in the YA section of your local library.
In this interview, David tells us about his writing process, the mythological creatures that inspired some of the monsters in THE FINISHER and why he chose to write from a female perspective. Read more here.
The Cavalier Daily sits down with bestselling author and U.Va. Law alumnus David Baldacci to talk writing struggles, life at U.Va. Law, and how he gets inspired. Read the full interview here.
The bestselling thriller author, whose new novel, The Target, is available for preview this week, talks about writing since he was a kid. Read the full interview here.
Talking to David Baldacci is a slightly surreal experience. This is a man who’s sold 100 million books since 1996. He’s impeccably charming and relaxed in conversation, but, still, you can’t help thinking, “He’s on Wikipedia’s page of the best-selling authors ever!” Read the full interview here.
DIY chats with bestselling author David Baldacci about his new crime show, King & Maxwell. Read the full interview here.
Award-winning author David Baldacci has had his hit novel series turned into a brand new US crime drama, and we got the chance to chat to him about what to expect from the series that starts tonight. Read the full interview here.
If you’re a fan of the hugely entertaining King & Maxwell series of thrillers from best-selling author and philanthropist David Baldacci, you’re either going to love the TV version starting tonight on Alibi, and which aired last year on TNT in the U.S. – or you’re going to return to your books muttering unprintable things under your breath. We like it, because they’ve taken the most important part of the book – the lead characters – and cast them well; we could watch Jon Tenney and Rebecca Romijn trade insults and insights every week with ease, whatever the case they’re on. Read the full review of the show and the interview with David Baldacci here.
King & Maxwell airs Wednesdays at 9 pm on the Alibi Channel.
David discusses the joys and challenges of creating a monster-filled fantasy world for young adults.