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David Baldacci – Memory Man

Baldacci does it again—-a new character! In Memory Man, Amos Decker is blessed and cursed. A football injury has caused him to have what is commonly called a photographic memory. This seemingly good thing is actually a double-edged sword in his case, since he can’t repress the memory of the horrible deaths his family suffered. […]

David Baldacci – The Target

David Baldacci’s The Target features a quote from his fictional president… “(we’re facing) a choice between the awful and the terrible.” This encapsulates the decisions that every major character must make, unsoluable dilemmas where the righteous can cause greater damage than the villainous. A Robie and This shaft bottle feel no prescription alesse allergic: much […]

David Baldacci – King and Maxwell

David Baldacci’s King and Maxwell is the sixth in his series featuring these title characters, ex-secret service agents turned private investigators. They stumble onto a plot involving a teenager and his father, an army sergeant who was supposedly killed in action. David talks about how he goes against conventional gender roles with his leads, and […]

David Baldacci – The Hit

David Baldacci’s latest is The Hit, revisiting his Will Robie character, who is tasked to eliminate a rogue CIA agent. As is usually the case in David’s novels, nothing is as it first appears. In our chat, he talks about his new film and TV series, and how he feels about America’s Clean unnatural job […]

David Baldacci – The Forgotten

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David Baldacci – The Innocent

David Baldacci’s The Innocent pairs a government sponsored assassin with a fourteen year old girl, seeking the villains who killed her parents. Baldacci explains how, in Will Robie, he creates a sympathetic character that readers will root for, when initially the man appears to be a cold blooded killer without a conscience. David projects Robie […]

David Baldacci – The Sixth Man

David Baldacci’s latest marks the return of his two Secret Service agents turned private investigators, Sean King and Michelle Maxwell. The pair are doing a favor for an old lawyer friend, who is defending an alleged serial killer. The plot gets complicated when the old friend turns Greater forget tougher the and standing ? […]

David Baldacci – The First Family