Baldacci, David

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Dream Town

Readers of period crime stories and Baldacci fans will enjoy this third installment in the “Archer” series.

Memory Man

Recommended for all Baldacci fans and listeners who enjoy psychological mysteries and thrillers.


This concept for an anthology is unique, and readers familiar with the characters will jump right into these stories. For new readers, Baldacci includes an introduction to each story that quickly defines the main players. Highly recommended for all!

King and Maxwell

Highly recommended for series fans and patrons who enjoy witty, exciting mystery/thrillers.

Total Control

Not recommended for small libraries with limited space and budgets. However, libraries collecting a larger scope of popular authors' works might consider adding this audiobook for their die-hard Baldacci fans. ["No one is immune here from high-tech snooping and violent death. Baldacci writes strictly for action, not wasting time developing characters or setting. Few books have higher heaps of dead millionaires at their conclusion," read the review of the Warner hc, LJ 1/97.—Ed.]

The Forgotten

Recommended for fans of Baldacci and of military thrillers. Reacher fans may also get hooked. [The Grand Central hc was a New York Times best seller.—Ed.]

Zero Day

Baldacci fans will embrace this new series hero as Puller doggedly pursues justice in spite of his personal problems: Puller's retired military hero father suffers from dementia, and his brother is serving a life sentence for treason. High-octane suspense and conspiracy thriller buffs who enjoy John Grisham, Michael Connelly, and W.E.B. Griffin will also snatch up this title. [See Prepub Alert, 5/9/11.]—Susan O. Moritz, Montgomery Cty. P.L., Silver Spring, MD

Hell's Corner

In this fifth installment—following Divine Justice (2008)—in Baldacci's (davidbaldacci...

One Summer

A change of pace for Baldacci: tear-jerking inspiration...

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