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Film, Video David Baldacci

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  • David Baldacci


  • Author David Baldacci talks about his work at the 2003 National Book Festival.

Event Date

  • October 04, 2003


  • -  David Baldacci was born in Virginia, in 1960, where he currently resides. He received a bachelor's degree from Virginia Commonwealth University and law degree from the University of Virginia. He practiced law for nine years in Washington, D.C. Baldacci has published eleven novels: "Absolute Power," "Total Control," "The Winner," "The Simple Truth," "Saving Faith," "Wish You Well," "Last Man Standing," "The Christmas Train," "Split Second," "Hour Game" and the young adult novel "Freddy and the French Fries: Fries Alive!" He has also published a novella for the Dutch entitled "Office Hours." Baldacci also authored a short story, "The Mighty Johns," as part of a 2002 mystery anthology. Baldacci has authored seven original screenplays and his works have been in worldwide magazines, newspapers, journals and publications. All of his books have been national and international bestsellers, translated into over 37 languages and sold in more than 85 countries. Over 40 million copies of Baldacci's books are in print worldwide. Baldacci also serves as a national ambassador for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and participates in numerous charities as well as founding his own family foundation for literacy, Wish You Well Foundation.

Running Time

  • 48 minutes 43 seconds

Online Format

  • video
  • image





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