James M. Tabor

James M. Tabor is an international award-winning and best-selling nonfiction author who has also worked in television. His new thriller, The Deep Zone, has been praised as “Like Clive Cussler at his best” and “Right up there with the best from Baldacci, Crichton, Preston and Child.” Brad Thor called him “the new Michael Crichton.” Random House/Ballantine will publish a sequel to The Deep Zone next April. Tabor earned an MFA from Johns Hopkins University and won the O.Henry Award for short fiction. He was the host and writer of the national PBS series, “The Great Outdoors, and co-creator and executive producer of The History Channel special, “Journey to the Center of the World.” He lives in Vermont, where he is at work on his next novel and a memoir about his days as a street cop in Washington, D.C.

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