Amos Decker Races Against Time in David Baldacci’s ‘The Fix’ [REVIEW]

The Fix

Amos Decker faces off with the Defense Intelligence Agency in David Baldacci’s The Fix.
(Photos by US Navy, compiled by Jathan Fink, Jadeworks Entertainment)

A man shoots a woman execution style in front of the Hoover building, then turns the gun on himself, and Amos Decker is there to witness it all. Thus begins David Baldacci’s latest thriller, The Fix, in which the number one bestselling author leads us down the rabbit hole and into a world full of intrigue, cunning, and lies. Only Decker can help us wrap our minds around such a potentially volatile situation. Read more of this post

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Six Ways to Show You Love Your Library

Heather at Portland Public Library

Heather visits the moose at the Portland Public Library in Maine. (Photo by Jathan Fink, Jadeworks Entertainment)

Last week may have been National Library Week, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t show love to your local library the other fifty-one weeks of the year. Whether you’re a bibliophile who knows each librarian by name or someone who hasn’t stepped into a library since catalogs were in a big wooden chest with thousands of index cards inside, here are some ways to make the most of your local library now.  Read more of this post

David Baldacci Delivers Another Tension-Filled Ride With ‘No Man’s Land’ [REVIEW]

No man's land

Special Agent John Puller is back in David Baldacci’s No Man’s Land. (Photo by Jody Sticca, Flickr)

A thirty-year-old cold case. A parolee seeking revenge. The accusation that threatens to tear a family apart. An unexpected journey into the past. In David Baldacci’s No Man’s Land, all the key components are in place for one troubling, relentless thriller.  Read more of this post

David Baldacci’s ‘The Last Mile’ Is One Twisty Thriller [REVIEW]

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Will an eleventh hour confession free a convicted killer? Find out in David Baldacci’s THE LAST MILE. (Photo by Moyan Brenn, Flickr)

In David Baldacci’s The Last Mile, the highly anticipated follow-up book to 2015’s Memory Man, a prisoner on death row is potentially exonerated right before his execution when another inmate in a different state unexpectedly confesses to the crime. Now Detective Amos Decker, who forgets absolutely nothing, and his task force must work to beat the clock and find out if the new admission of guilt is actually true or not. Read more of this post

David Baldacci’s ‘Memory Man’ Explores Unfamiliar Territory

David Baldacci

David Baldacci (Photo courtesy Alexander James)

Amos Decker, the main character in David Baldacci’s Memory Man, is intriguing and complex. This isn’t because he is an imposing figure, but because of his acute and fascinating mind.  Read more of this post