Cora Baxter is back - and this time she´s facing the most important deadline of her career. When TV reporter Cora Baxter attends the scene of a murder in a London park, she´s horrified to discover the victim is someone she knows and devastated when one of her best friends is charged with the crime. Suddenly the fun-filled life of Cora and her eccentric camera crew takes a darker turn. Cora is convinced that her friend is innocent, but with seemingly solid evidence, the police investigation team - reluctantly led by Cora´s boyfriend, DCI Adam Bradberry - believe the case is closed. With a trail of clues that leads all the way to New York, can Cora find out the truth before the trial begins, or is it already too late? The Deadline is the second in the hugely popular Cora Baxter Mysteries series by acclaimed broadcaster Jackie Kabler. Jackie Kabler worked as a newspaper reporter and then in television news for 20 years, including nearly a decade on GMTV. She later appeared on BBC and ITV news, presented a property show for Sky, hosted sports shows on Setanta Sports News and worked as a media trainer for the armed forces. She is now a presenter on shopping channel QVC. Jackie lives in Gloucestershire with her husband, who is a GP. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Zara Ramm. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/028146de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
When your Monday morning begins with a dead dog and ends with a dead boss, you know it´s going to be one of those days. And breakfast TV reporter Cora Baxter has already had the weekend from hell, where the man she´d planned a fabulous future with unceremoniously dumped her. Now Cora´s much-hated boss has been murdered. The list of suspects isn´t exactly short, but as the enquiry continues, the trail leads frighteningly close to home. Why is Cora´s rival - glamorous, bitchy newsreader Alice Lomas - so devastated by their boss´ death? What dark secrets are Cora´s camera crew hiding? And why has her now ex-boyfriend vanished? The race to stop the killer striking again is on.... Jackie Kabler worked as a newspaper reporter and then in television news for 20 years, including nearly a decade on GMTV. She later appeared on BBC and ITV news, presented a property show for Sky, hosted sports shows on Setanta Sports News and worked as a media trainer for the armed forces. She is now a presenter on shopping channel QVC. Jackie lives in Gloucestershire with her husband, who is a GP. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Zara Ramm. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/028145de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Day of Consequence defines a frontier child striving for manhood. Five-year-old Jimmy Longhon, inadvertently shoots Baxter Boreen to death. Only a cowboy like Jimmy would persevere and prevail over the consequences brought on by his escapades and transgressions. He traverses a 113-year labyrinth of uncertainty along the dusty, bygone roads of California. The story culminates in one more act of random kindness to Little Walt, his lifelong antagonist. Born and raised in Southern California in 1953, Tony Sanders has dedicated his life to all aspects of creative art. He began shooting photographs at age seven and processed them in a darkroom made of cardboard boxes in his parents garage. Even though finding the materials becomes more difficult day by day, his passion to shoot and process large format 8x10 negatives wont go away. His collectors marvel at his huge selenium toned silver gelatin as well as platinum palladium prints. He has shot advertising and editorial images for a respectable list of clients for over forty years. His first commercial shoot was in 1969. Most of his writing has been for corporate and advertising requirements but the critic in him continuously finds his way onto paper. His grandmother lived on Catalina Island, off the coast of Los Angeles, from 1938 to 1988 so he spent much of his childhood hiking and horseback riding the trails of Catalina as well as Los Angeles and Orange County. And during those years he has watched the barley fields turn into shopping malls. Having worked in and owned several companies in the reprographic and offset printing industries his eye for the printed image is only exceeded by his desire to tell enjoyable and alluring tales of the old west.