David Baldacci is a worldwide bestselling novelist. His books are published in over forty-five languages and in more than eighty countries, and have been adapted for both feature film and television. Whilst researching his novels, David Baldacci has been inside the buildings of some of the world's leading intelligence agencies, meeting real-life spies and intelligence leaders. Some of his bestselling novels include Absolute Power, The Camel Club and, also featuring Amos Decker, Memory Man. David is also the co-founder, along with his wife, of the Wish You Well Foundation®, a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting literacy efforts across America. David is still a resident of his native Virginia.
To celebrate the release of David Baldacci's new thriller The Fix, we're giving you the chance to win a signed copy.
The new Amos Decker thriller is out on 20th May 2017. Watch the trailer now.
I’m addicted to TV series set in Britain. The imagery, the acting, the themes and the settings, I love them all. Here are my top five British series...
Join a host of brilliant fiction authors, including David Baldacci, Mandasue Heller, Kate Morton, Emma Flint, Fiona Cummins, Michelle Davies and Aga Lesiewicz for a three-day festival in partnership with four North East Libraries.
David Baldacci tells us what prompted him to create John Puller and the inspiration for his new novel, No Man's Land.
From the silly to the sinister, here’s our pick of the best fictional US presidents, from books, film and television.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of David Baldacci's first book, Absolute Power. Absolute Power was not the first novel David ever started to write, but it was the one to launch his career as a bestselling crime fiction writer.
From police procedurals to historical mysteries, forensic thrillers to psychological suspense, we have the perfect crime book to read as the evenings get longer and longer.
David Baldacci has written over 30 bestselling thriller novels, including Absolute Power and The Last Mile, but which are his personal favourites?
From classic crime novels to hard-boiled detective fiction, David Baldacci picks his favourite crime books of all time.
We sat down with David to find out how he would commit the perfect murder and he suggested a rather unique weapon of choice...
David Baldacci's bestselling novels, including Absolute Power and Memory Man are available on audiobook. Here are some of our favourites.
David Baldacci has been inside the buildings of some of the world's leading intelligence agencies, meeting real-life spies and intelligence leaders.
The complete list of David Baldacci's novels, organised by series.
"How long does it take you to write a novel?""About eight million light years, or so it seems. In earth time about seven months."
All the presidents’ authors: how politicians have helped thriller writers - 13 days ago
Bill Clinton’s forthcoming thriller, written with James Patterson, will likely contain unparalleled insider knowledge. But many writers have benefited from a discreet word with people in power. Plus, The Guardian picks “The Five Best White House Thrillers.” Read more here.
Thriller writer David Baldacci is coming to Newcastle and South Shields this week - 24 days ago
Take a look at the fiction shelves of any bookshop or library and you’ll probably see the name Baldacci occupying a good length of them. But this week brings the chance to put a face to the name as David Baldacci visits North East libraries as part of the Big North Book Run. Read more... Read more »
Writer David Baldacci opens up about his friendships with some of the world’s most powerful leaders - one month ago
Washington intrigue, global espionage – no wonder four US presidents count themselves David Baldacci superfans. But, the thriller writer tells Event, even he never expected to bump into Obama in a bookshop… Read more here.
Review: THE FIX is a compelling puzzler - one month ago
“Baldacci is a truly gifted storyteller, and this novel is a perfect “fix” for the thriller aficionado,” says the Associated Press. Read the full review here.
Books: New and Noteworthy - one month ago
USA TODAY’s Jocelyn McClurg scopes out the hottest books on sale each week.
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