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David Baldacci


USA (1960 - )

David Baldacci attended law school at the University of Virginia, and went on to work as a trial lawyer, and later as a corporate lawyer, in Washington, D.C. He is now a full-time writer whose bestselling novels include Absolute Power, Total Control, The Winner, The Simple Truth and Saving Faith. He lives in Virginia with his wife and two children.
 
Series
Sean King and Michelle Maxwell
1. Split Second (2003)
2. Hour Game (2003)
3. Simple Genius (2007)
4. First Family (2009)
5. The Sixth Man (2011)
6. King and Maxwell (2013)
Split SecondHour GameSimple GeniusFirst Family
The Sixth ManKing and Maxwell
 
The Camel ClubThe CollectorsStone ColdDivine Justice
Hell's Corner
 
Freddy and the French Fries
1. Fries Alive! (2005)
2. The Mystery of Silas Finklebean (2006)
Fries Alive!The Mystery of Silas Finklebean
 
Shaw and Katie James
1. The Whole Truth (2008)
2. Deliver Us From Evil (2010)
The Whole TruthDeliver Us From Evil
 
John Puller
1. Zero Day (2011)
2. The Forgotten (2012)
3. The Escape (2014)
Zero DayThe ForgottenThe Escape
 
Will Robie
1. The Innocent (2012)
2. The Hit (2013)
2.5. Bullseye (2014)
3. The Target (2014)
The InnocentThe HitBullseyeThe Target
 
David Baldacci recommends
At All Costs
At All Costs (1998)
John Gilstrap
"That rare beast: A superior page-turner that manages to pull at your heart."
The Hunted
The Hunted (2001)
Alan Jacobson
"A classic cat-and-mouse with enough twists to enthrall even the most veteran thriller reader."
The Saladin Murders
The Saladin Murders (2008)
(Omar Yussef, book 2)
Matt Rees
"Matt Beynon Rees has taken a complex world of culture clash and suspicion and placed upon it humanity."
The Report to the Judiciary
The Report to the Judiciary (2008)
Eugene Sullivan
"A page-turner with a true insider's knowledge."
Rules of Deception
Rules of Deception (2008)
(Jonathan Ransom, book 1)
Christopher Reich
"RULES OF DECEPTION packs a wallop. Christopher Reich is at the top of his game."
Think of a Number
Think of a Number (2010)
(Dave Gurney, book 1)
John Verdon
"Remarkable... The writing is haunting and quotable, the twists expertly placed and infinitely plausible... You can read the book as a game of cat and mouse, a ride of chilling suspense, or a literary repast, since it provides all in abundance."
Breach of Trust
Breach of Trust (2011)
(Jason Kolarich, book 2)
David Ellis
"A triumph for Ellis and a sheer pleasure for the reader."
Guilt By Association
Guilt By Association (2011)
(Rachel Knight, book 1)
Marcia Clark
"The pace, plot and dialogue are as sharp as they come."
Next of Kin
Next of Kin (2011)
(Scott Finn, book 4)
David Hosp
"Brilliant, brawny and totally believable."
Say You're Sorry
Say You're Sorry (2012)
(Joseph O'Loughlin, book 6)
Michael Robotham
"Michael Robotham is the real deal."



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