Like David Baldacci? Try these authors!

David Baldacci is perennially popular with Sno-Isle customers, and for good reason. His thrillers are fast-paced, intricately plotted, and filled with intrigue. While you are patiently waiting for his latest release, try one of these authors with a similar style. Maybe you’ll find a new favorite!

Vigilante: Like Baldacci, Cannell’s books are fast-paced and suspenseful. In "Vigilante," an LAPD detective investigates a suspicious death which hints at high-level police corruption.

The Pardon: Grippando writes high energy, suspenseful stories featuring likable characters and gripping conspiracies. Start the popular "Jack Swyteck" series with this page-turner following an attorney who finds himself framed for murder.

The Inner Circle: Meltzer offers action-filled plots and sympathetic heroes battling deadly opponents. Start the "Culper Ring" series with this richly detailed novel about an archivist entangled in a web of conspiracy and murder. 

Yesterday's Echo: If you like Baldacci’s "Amos Decker" series, you should enjoy Coyle’s "Rick Cahill" series. Both feature gripping suspense, intricate plotting, and have well-developed but flawed characters. 

Rules of Deception: If you love Baldacci’s "Will Robie" series, try this action-packed series featuring resourceful protagonists, deadly female characters, and political intrigue. 

Who are your favorite mystery authors? Tell us in the comments!

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