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|Number of Pages||400 Pages|
English language readers
Zero Day is a thriller written by the bestselling American novelist, David Baldacci. The book tracks the story of a military investigator from the US Army who is sent to a remote area to investigate into the cruel murder of a family. Can he stand alone against a battalion of evil forces and fight it out to seek the truth? Summary Of The Book The protagonist of Zero Day is John Puller, who is the best military investigator in the US Army’s criminal investigative division. He is sent on a mission to investigate into the cruel murder of a family of Pentagon contractors at their very own house in a remote area. The son of a glorified US Marine, John also has an older brother who was earlier a military vet, but now serves a life sentence in Leavenworth Penitentiary. John, although lonely, is characterized by his unshakable determination to seek the truth. At the scene of the crime, John discovers that he has to deal with a local homicide detective, a woman who is also on this case. The case is complicated and both of them realize that there are very few people that they can trust in the small rural town. John teams up with the detective, who has her own past to deal with, and together, they set out to uncover the secrets behind the murder. This edition of Zero Day was published in November 2011, and is one among David Baldacci’s bestselling novels. About David Baldacci David Baldacci is a popular American author, known for this work in the thriller genre. Baldacci was born in Richmond in August, 1960. He is one of the bestselling American novelists, and has also written short stories and screenplays. His first novel Absolute Power, an international bestseller, was published in the year 1996. The book was also turned into a film starring Clint Eastwood and Gene Hackman in the year 1997. Apart from Zero Day, his other novels include Total Control, The Simple Truth, Split Second, Hour Game, and Last Man Standing. His books are sold across 100 countries, and published in atleast 45 languages. Baldacci participates in various charities and has his own foundation for literacy, the Wish You Well Foundation. He serves as a contributing editor to Parade Magazine and his works have also appeared in The Washington Post and Men’s Health. A former lawyer, David completed his B.A from Virginia Commonwealth University and obtained a law degree from the University of Virginia. He lives with his wife and two children in Virginia.