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- The Camel Club 3,059 copies, 72 reviews
- The Collectors 2,701 copies, 65 reviews
- Split Second 2,369 copies, 42 reviews
- Hour Game 2,361 copies, 40 reviews
- Stone Cold 2,219 copies, 58 reviews
- Simple Genius 2,172 copies, 42 reviews
- Absolute Power 2,062 copies, 34 reviews
- The Winner 2,012 copies, 36 reviews
- Last man standing 1,959 copies, 26 reviews
- Saving Faith 1,904 copies, 20 reviews
- Total control 1,848 copies, 22 reviews
- The Simple Truth 1,774 copies, 27 reviews
- Wish You Well 1,756 copies, 29 reviews
- Divine Justice 1,591 copies, 48 reviews
- The Whole Truth 1,575 copies, 53 reviews
- First Family 1,521 copies, 43 reviews
- The Christmas Train 1,356 copies, 35 reviews
- True Blue 1,157 copies, 38 reviews
- Hell's Corner 1,021 copies, 38 reviews
- Deliver Us From Evil 910 copies, 34 reviews
- The Sixth Man 796 copies, 27 reviews
- Zero Day 732 copies, 25 reviews
- The Innocent 609 copies, 20 reviews
- One Summer 444 copies, 26 reviews
- The Forgotten 423 copies, 13 reviews
- The Hit 273 copies, 12 reviews
- No Rest for the Dead (Contributor) 133 copies, 12 reviews
- Office Hours 80 copies, 3 reviews
- No Time Left 69 copies
- Freddy and the French Fries #1:: Fries Alive! 67 copies, 1 review
- Day Of Doom 59 copies, 4 reviews
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David Baldacci (b. 1960 in Richmond, Virginia) is a bestselling American novelist. Baldacci received a B.A. from Virginia Commonwealth University and a law degree from the University of Virginia. As a student, Baldacci wrote short stories in his spare time, and later practiced law for nine years near Washington, D.C.. While living in Alexandria, Virginia, Baldacci wrote short stories and screenplays without much success. In despair, he turned to novel writing, taking three years to write Absolute Power. It took Baldacci two years to get the book published, but when it finally did hit the shelves in 1996 it was an international best seller.
David Baldacci serves as a national ambassador for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and participates in numerous charities as well as founding his own foundation for literacy, Wish You Well Foundation. Baldacci was raised in Virginia and still resides there (in Vienna, Virginia) with his wife, Michelle A. Collin-Baldacci (Mikki), and two children. His cousin is the Democratic Governor of Maine John Baldacci, first elected in 2002 and re-elected in 2006.
In 1997, People magazine named him one of the 50 most beautiful people in the world.
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