King and Maxwell (novel)

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King and Maxwell

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Hardcover edition
Author David Baldacci
Country United States
Language English
Series The sixth book in the King and Maxwell (book series)
Genre Fiction
Publisher Grand Central Publishing
Publication date
November 19, 2013
Media type Print, e-book, audiobook
Pages 432 pp.
ISBN 978-1455576203
Preceded by The Sixth Man

King and Maxwell is a crime fiction novel written by American writer David Baldacci. This is the sixth and final installment in the King and Maxwell book series. The book was initially published on November 19, 2013, by Grand Central Publishing. [1] [2]

David Baldacci American author

David Baldacci is a bestselling American novelist.

The King and Maxwell book series is a crime novel book series created by David Baldacci. There are currently six books in the series featuring two former Secret Service agents Sean King and Michelle Maxwell.

Grand Central Publishing

Grand Central Publishing is a division of Hachette Book Group. Formerly Warner Books, Grand Central Publishing came into existence in March 2006 after Time Warner sold the Time Warner Book Group to Hachette Livre.

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