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From David Baldacci—#1 bestselling author and one of the world's most popular, widely read storytellers—comes the most thrilling novel of the year. THE HIT Will Robie is a master of killing. A highly skilled assassin, Robie is the man the U.S. government calls on to eliminate the worst of the worst-enemies of the state, monsters committed to harming untold numbers of innocent victims. No one else can match Robie's talents as a hitman...no one, except Jessica Reel. A fellow assassin, equally professional and dangerous, Reel is every bit as lethal as Robie. And now, she's gone rogue, turning her gun sights on other members of their agency. To stop one of their own, the government looks again to Will Robie. His mission: bring in Reel, dead or alive. Only a killer can catch another killer, they tell him. But as Robie pursues Reel, he quickly finds that there is more to her betrayal than meets the eye. Her attacks on the agency conceal a larger threat, a threat that could send shockwaves through the U.S. government and around the world.


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About The Author David Baldacci lives with his family in Virginia. He and his wife have founded the Wish You Well Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting literacy efforts across America. He invites you to visit him at www.david-baldacci.com and his foundation at www.wishyouwellfoundation.org, and to look into its program to spread books across America at www.FeedingBodyandMind.com.

Biography David Baldacci's authoritative legal thrillers operate on the irresistible notion that a sinister undercurrent threads through the country's most powerful institutions. While his stories hinge on the complex machinations behind the presidency, the FBI, the Supreme Court and other spheres of influence, Baldacci (a former Washington, D.C.-based attorney) finds his way into a mystery through the eyes of the innocents. Semi-innocents, at least: small players who often don't realize they're players at all end up hunting down answers, and their hunt becomes the reader's. According to Baldacci, reading John Irving's The World According to Garp convinced him that he wanted to be a novelist. Absolute Power -- in which a thief finds himself accidentally connected to a murder involving the president and the ensuing coverup -- was hardly Irvingesque; but it did begin Baldacci's friendly relationship with the bestseller lists, which has continued over his writing career. Baldacci's style is brief and plot-driven, but he's not afraid to linger on macabre and vivid details, such as a rosary clenched in a plane crash victim's hand, or hard-learned lessons from a sniper's life (pack your food so you can find it at night, by touch). These small but memorable -- indeed, almost cinematic -- details give his books another layer that distinguishes them from the average potboiler. Although the author has occasionally departed from his usual fare (examples include the tenderhearted coming-of-age tale Wish You Well and the holiday-themed adventure The Christmas Train), it is high-octane thrillers that are his true stock in trade. Whether it's a taut stand-alone or a new installment in his Camel Club series, readers know when they crack the spine of a new Baldacci book, they're in for an action-packed page-turner. .

Good To Know Baldacci was a trial lawyer and a corporate lawyer for nine years in Washington, D.C. He worked his way through college as a Pinkerton security guard and by washing and detailing 18-wheel trucks. Baldacci writes under his own name except when published in Italy, where he uses a pseudonym because it is the homeland of his ancestors. Bill Clinton selected The Simple Truth as his favorite novel of 1998, according to Baldacci's web site.

Reviews From Barnes & Noble

For the U.S. government, Will Robie is the go-to guy for homicide. Among insiders, this adept assassin has earned a


reputation for bringing down foreign enemies of the state. But this time his target isn't a plotting terrorist; it's Jessica Reel, a former colleague who has suddenly gone rogue. Having a known target should simplify the task for Robie, but in this case it only makes it infinitely more complicated: Why did Jessica spin out of control and does she really deserve to die? Guaranteed to be a number one bestseller. Suspense Magazine on The Innocent

"This book is a definite one-day, 'edge-of-your-chair' read, with an ending that is a complete surprise. One of the best Baldacci's since Absolute Power, this is one that will have all suspense readers enthralled." The Free-Lance Star on Zero Day

"Readers expect excitement and intrigue in David Baldacci's books, and Zero Day is no exception...As Baldacci's new hero narrowly escapes countless close calls, the pairing of the author's imagination and knowledge create a wild ride for the reader. Puller is gutsy, brash and likable. Best of all, he survives to reappear in the next book of this new series." Richmond Times Dispatch on Zero Day

"Zero Day is a nifty, paranoid thriller disguised as a murder mystery, and Baldacci advances it at a speedy clip with a nice mix of intrigue, tantalizing clues and the occasional explosion...Baldacci's books are fast-paced battles between good and evil." Associated Press on The Sixth Man

"A complex puzzle . . . Baldacci is a master craftsman." Examiner.com

"The Innocent is Baldacci at his absolute best...Baldacci provides the reader a non-stop pulse pounding ride that will keep you on the edge of your seat into the wee hours of the morning...Five Stars." Suspense Magazine

"This book is a definite one-day, 'edge-of-your-chair' read, with an ending that is a complete surprise. One of the best Baldacci's since Absolute Power, this is one that will have all suspense readers enthralled." The Free-Lance Star

"Readers expect excitement and intrigue in David Baldacci's books, and Zero Day is no exception...As Baldacci's new hero narrowly escapes countless close calls, the pairing of the author's imagination and knowledge create a wild ride for the reader. Puller is gutsy, brash and likable. Best of all, he survives to reappear in the next book of this new series." Richmond Times Dispatch

"Zero Day is a nifty, paranoid thriller disguised as a murder mystery, and Baldacci advances it at a speedy clip with a nice mix of intrigue, tantalizing clues and the occasional explosion...Baldacci's books are fast-paced battles between good and evil." Associated Press Staff


"A complex puzzle . . . Baldacci is a master craftsman." the author delivers again with this page turner---Fast moving and inricate plot twists that had me compelled to continue reading--the best part is that the book ends open-ended and somewhat unresolved so that hopefully we meet these characters again in another novel---I hope so.

Horrible. If boredom was lethal I would not have survived. Baldacci must be paid by the word as he gets into the protagonists head for a first person account of what they are thinking and then restates their thoughts as a third person narrative. READ THE SIDE OF A CEREAL BOX FOR MORE ENTERTAINMENT. On the plus side: there were no spelling mistakes.

the author delivers again with this page turner---Fast moving and inricate plot twists that had me compelled to continue reading--the best part is that the book ends open-ended and somewhat unresolved so that hopefully we meet these characters again in another novel---I hope so.

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