Best-selling and internationally acclaimed author David Baldacci’s latest work, True Blue, is a mesmerizingly suspenseful fictional tale published by the Hachette Book Group’s Grand Central Publishing (www.HachetteBookGroup.com). The nation’s capitol – Washington, D.C. – serves as the staging ground for Baldacci’s masterfully crafted novel which offers a diverse cast of characters who include, but are not limited to, the city’s Chief of Police; an ambitious United States Attorney; a former police officer and sister of the city’s Chief of Police; an attorney at a law firm with offices in the Georgetown section of Washington, D.C., Dubai, and London; a homeless Vietnam Veteran; and a wealthy college professor who has embarked upon a mission to provide the City’s undereducated and impoverished citizens with key “pieces of the puzzle” to overcoming their environment and becoming productive and successful members of society. So, what is the common thread that brings together such a diverse group of individuals? Murder. Having said that, it is important to add that True Blue is not your proverbial spine-tingling murder mystery. True Blue, in its own unique way, reinforces valuable life lessons about tenacity, honor, loyalty, and the triumph of good over evil.