Monthly Archives: February 2018

Q&A: David Baldacci dishes on Virginia roots, new Will Robie book ‘End Game’

He’s renowned as one of the top thriller writers of the past 20 years. Now, David Baldacci is out with “End Game,” the fifth entry in his Will Robie series after “The Innocent” (2012), “The Hit” (2013), the short story “Bullseye” (2014), “The Target” (2014) and “The Guilty” (2015). Read or listen to the full interview here.

David Baldacci’s “End Game” Continues Adventures of Will Robie

A once practicing lawyer in Washington D.C. for nine years, David Baldacci found fame with the publication of his first novel, “Absolute Power” in 1996—a story that would gain further prominence as a Clint Eastwood movie.

Once his book became a success, he set aside his law career and over the next 21 years would write 34 best-selling novels, translated into more than 45 languages and sold in more than 80 countries.

However, Baldacci wasn’t a lawyer who turned to writing; he was a writer who happened to be a lawyer. Read the full article here.