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Which David Baldacci book?

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PossumInAPearTree Tue 13-Dec-16 14:47:17

I've never read any but I like Lee Child and Harlan Coban so thought I might like these. Had a look on amazon but he seems to have written a few different "series" so unsure where to start.

PossumInAPearTree Wed 14-Dec-16 07:48:23


OliviaBishop Fri 27-Jan-17 11:09:10

I know this was a few months ago but I really like Baldacci.

They are all brilliant, I started with Will Robbie set " the innocent"and have read all the subsequent ones along with a few different sets.

waycat Mon 30-Jan-17 14:37:53

I've just read the Amos Decker series by Baldacci, and found them to be entertaining, well written and pacy - they are thrillers, but interspersed with some dry humour which is often quite welcome as a break from the more noir aspects.

I believe there is another one out in this series in the coming months, so I'm looking forward to that.

Not a thriller, but if you're looking for a stand alone, I would recommend One Summer. I read it several years ago and still think about it now and again as one of those rare books that stays with me long after I've finished it. In fact I know my local library has a copy and I'm very tempted to read it again as I remember enjoying it so much before.

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