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John Puller Series by David Baldacci

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David Baldacci "The Escape"

David Baldacci

Atlee has never stopped the search for her sister. Now, assigned to the remote wilds of the western United States, Atlee is called in to investigate a case in the Grand Canyon. She knows about killers and perhaps understands them better than any profiler in the FBI, but it soon becomes clear that she will need to put her skills to the ultimate test in this investigation. Will Robie is the US government's most professional, disciplined, and lethal assassin. With global threats to US national security a constant danger it falls to Robie to infiltrate the most hostile countries in the world to eliminate threats before they ever reach US shores.

The name John Puller refers to a series of action thriller novels written by David Baldacci. The books follow the exploits of a military detective that solves army-related crimes. He lost his mother when he was just a boy. The woman just disappeared one random day and Puller never got over the case, primarily because he never got the answers to all the questions that assaulted him the day he found out that she had simply vanished. Then there is his brother, a man that was making waves in the military and rapidly ascending through the ranks before he was arrested and convicted of treason, a development that saw him disappear into the prison system, never to be heard from again.

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By Nellie Andreeva. - Zero Day is a thriller novel written by David Baldacci. This is the first installment in the John Puller book series.

David Baldacci born August 5, [1] is a bestselling American novelist. David Baldacci was born and raised in Richmond, Virginia. He graduated from Henrico High School and earned a B. He is of Italian descent from Barga , in Tuscany. Baldacci began writing stories as a child, when his mother gave him a notebook in which to record them. He wrote for more than two decades, penning short stories and later screenplays without much success.

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