James Tabor

James M. Tabor is the bestselling author of The Deep Zone, Blind Descent, and Forever on the Mountain, and is a winner of the O. Henry Award for Best Short Fiction of the Year. A former Washington, D.C., police officer and a lifelong extreme adventure enthusiast, Tabor has written for Smithsonian, Time and Outside magazine, where he was also a contributing editor. He wrote and hosted the PBS series The Great Outdoors and was co-creator and executive producer of Journey to the Center of the World for the History Channel. He was born in Virginia, raised in Connecticut, and lives in Vermont. He has an MFA from Johns Hopkins University.

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Author: James Tabor | Narrator: Paul Michael
Release Date: March 26, 2013
The most dangerous place on Earth
A devious and deadly plan to save humanity from itself
A lone scientist battling the clock and ruthless enemies to avert global catastrophe
The Deep Zone was hailed as “an absolutely phenomenal read by the new Michael Crichton” (Brad Thor), a book that “should come shrink-wrapped with a seat belt” (Steve Berry).

Author: James Tabor | Narrator: Scott Brick
Release Date: July 17, 2007
In the summer of 1967, an Arctic hurricane trapped seven veteran climbers, members of Joe Wilcox’s twelve-man expedition, at 20,000 feet on Alaska’s Mount McKinley. Ten days passed while the storm raged. Despite the availability of massive resources, no rescue was mounted, and all seven men died.