Category: David Baldacci

  • “Daylight” by David Baldacci

    “Daylight” by David Baldacci

    Genre: Thriller This is book #3 in the Atlee Pine series. Immediately after the events of the last book…..FBI agent Atlee Pine and her assistant, Carol Blum are sitting outside of Andersonville, Georgia calling their boss, Clint Dobbs. The purpose of the call is to get his permission to head off to New Jersey to […]

  • Book Review: “A Minute to Midnight” by David Baldacci

    Book Review: “A Minute to Midnight” by David Baldacci

    Genre: Thriller This is the second book in the Atlee Pine series. FBI Special Agent (and former Olympic weightlifter) Atlee Pine is convinced she has found her twin sister’s kidnapper. Daniel James Tor is a sociopathic killer spending the rest of his miserable life in a federal supermax prison in Colorado, and Atlee is there […]

  • Book Review: “Redemption” by David Baldacci

    Book Review: “Redemption” by David Baldacci

    Genre: Thriller Amos Decker, Consultant to the FBI, is in Burlington, Ohio to visit the graves of his wife (Cassie) and daughter (Molly) on what would have been Molly’s 14th birthday. His FBI partner, Alex Jamison, is standing further away. Amos is cursed with a perfect memory (due to a vicious football tackle in his […]

  • Book Review: “No Man’s Land” by David Baldacci

    Book Review: “No Man’s Land” by David Baldacci

    Genre: Thriller After the events of the last book, John Puller Sr. is deteriorating in the hospital with dementia, Robert Puller is back in the Army and has picked up his stellar career path. John Puller Jr. is still a Chief Warrant Officer in the Army’s Criminal Investigation Division (CID)….. Visiting his dad in the […]

  • Book Review: “The Fallen” by David Baldacci

    Book Review: “The Fallen” by David Baldacci

    Genre: Thriller FBI Special Task Force partners Amos Decker and Alex Jamison were ordered by their boss, Agent Bogart, to take a vacation. With nowhere to go, Amos was invited by Alex to come with her to celebrate her niece, Zoe’s 6th birthday in Baronville, PA. He accepted. Alex’s sister, Amber, and brother-in-law, Frank, just […]

  • Book Review: “The Escape” by David Baldacci

    Book Review: “The Escape” by David Baldacci

    John Puller Jr. is a Chief Warrant Officer in the Army’s Criminal Investigation Division (CID). He is the best the Army has to offer when it comes to a criminal investigation. In this third book in the series, John is sent to work on the most important case of his career……finding his brother, Robert. Robert […]

  • Book Review: “The Forgotten” by David Baldacci

    Book Review: “The Forgotten” by David Baldacci

    Genre: Thriller “The Forgotten” is book #2 in the John Puller series. Plot Line 1 After the events in “Zero Day” Army Criminal Investigation Department (CID) Warrant Officer John Puller took some time off to recover. With only a week to go before heading back to work, John’s father, ex-Army General John Sr. (who is […]

  • “Long Road to Mercy” by David Baldacci

    “Long Road to Mercy” by David Baldacci

    Genre: Thriller “Or you can claim all the evidence they had was fake,” added Blum. “That seems to be a pretty popular tactic these days” Mixing fact and fiction (I hope!) , David Baldacci introduces us to a new character: Atlee Pine is an FBI agent stationed in Shattered Rock, AZ (near the Grand Canyon). […]

  • “The Fix” by David Baldacci

    “The Fix” by David Baldacci

    Genre: Thriller This is book #3 in the Amos Decker series.  To better understand who Amos is and what makes him special….read my review of  the first book “Memory Man”. Amos Decker and Alex Jamison are now living in the Washington D.C. area, working for the FBI under the direction of Agent Bogart.  Well, kinda……as Amos […]

  • “The Christmas Train” by David Baldacci

    “The Christmas Train” by David Baldacci

    Genre: Thriller ? I read “The Christmas Train” in 2002 or so (a few years before I started this blog).  I recently noticed that the Hallmark Channel has completed a movie based on this book soooooo, I decided to take the book off the shelf, dust it off, and re-read it for the 2017 holiday […]