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"The Target" (Grand Central Publishing), by David Baldacci
"The Forgotten" (Grand Central Publishing), by David Baldacci
"The Sixth Man" (Grand Central), by David Baldacci: David Baldacci brings back private investigators Sean King and Michelle Maxwell to solve another complex puzzle in his latest novel, "The Sixth Man."
Passengers at Dubai International Airport last Sunday must have wondered what was causing all the commotion. Why was this man so excited after getting off the telephone?
David Baldacci's books are jigsaw puzzles of intersecting events, not simple whodunits. "First Family" is no exception.
ll best-selling authors want people to read their works, but not all of them create nonprofit foundations to solve the illiteracy problem in the nation.