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James M. Tabor is the nationally bestselling author of "Blind Descent" and "Forever on the Mountain," and a winner of the O. Henry Award for short fiction. A former Washington, D.C. police officer and a lifelong adventure enthusiast, Tabor has written for "Time," "The Wall Street Journal," "The Washington Post," and "Outside," magazine, where he was a contributing editor. He wrote and hosted the PBS series "The Great Outdoors," and was co-creator and executive producer of the History Channel's "Journey to the Center of the World." He lives in Vermont, where he is at work on his next novel.