Some well-known books by the best-selling American author David Balducci are his first novel, "Absolute Power" and "Wish You Well," both of which were made into films; books from The Camel Club series, Sean King and Michelle Maxwell series; the Will Robie series and children's books from the author, including "Freddie and the French Fries" books. David Baldacci's books have been translated into 45 languages in over 80 countries. Over 110 million of his books are in print worldwide.
David Balducci has written 30 published novels, as of 2015. The titles that have been on the best-sellers list, according to the L.A. Times, are "One Summer," "Hell's Corner," "Zero Day," "The Hit," "King and Maxwell," "The Escape," "The Innocent," "Memory Man," "The Forgotten," "Deliver Us From Evil," "The Target" and "The Sixth Man."
Balducci's latest novel, "Memory Man," continues the author on the road to the best-selling list. Released in April 2015, the fictional novel uncovers the mystery of the deaths of Amos Decker's family. It was met with positive reviews from the Washington Post and Kirkus Review and reached the top spot on the New York Times best-selling list during the first week of May 2015. The next Amos Decker series release is schedules for 2016, according to USA Today.