Kommentiere den Originalbeitrag! Sehr gerne darfst du auch Freunde zu unserer Seite einladen. Mehrere Kommentare werden als einzeln gewertet. Gewinnspielschluss ist Sonntag der August um Uhr. My latest novel - Hunting Evil Jagd Auf Die Bestie - was released in Germany on Friday, July 26th and I am completely over the moon to be able to announce that in its first week of publication, it entered the prestigious Spiegel bestsellers list at Number 1.
For me this is an incredible dream come true. Thank you so much to all the German readers and fans that have made this possible. You guys are amazing. I will see you next year, on tour. Follow this link: chriscarterbooks. This link should work for all devices the last one I posted didn't seem to work on mobiles - sorry! For several reasons, the original version of chapter 49 in Hunting Evil was deemed too descriptive and violent for publication in the UK.
While international versions of the book do feature the full bar explosion scene, the UK edition does not. Hi everyone. This is a quick note to all the German readers. My 10th novel - Hunting Evil - titled Jagd Auf Die Bestie will be released in Germany at the end of the week, but you can enter this competition to win a copy.
Check it out and good luck. Fan von Recensio Online sein, Beitrag liken 2. Fan vom Autor und dem Verlag sein, siehe oben 3. Der grausamste Killer, den das FBI je gejagt hat. Lebenslang in Sicherheitsverwahrung.
Doch er ist entkommen. Sein Name: Lucien Folter. Robert Hunter wird nicht ruhen, bis er ihn wieder gefasst hat. Der schlimmste von allen war Lucien Folter — hochintelligent und gewaltverliebt.
Als Lucien aus der Sicherheitsverwahrung ausbricht, folgt Hunter seiner blutigen Spur. Wer wird gewinnen? Das Gewinnspiel endet am Direkt im Anschluss wird per Tool ausgelost. Facebook hat hiermit nichts zu tun. Bis zum Just wanted to share this with everyone who is into amazingly performed music. Incredible voices and the talent is off the scale. I got the horses in the back! I must apologise for not posting anything in a while. I'm busy writing my next novel, and still doing a bit of touring.
I was born in Brasilia, Brazil where I spent my childhood and teenage years. He takes us on a dark, gripping psychological journey across the USA, never knowing where he is going to turn up and what he is going to do next. On the positive side, and my reason for awarding 3 stars when it may seem like I was going to award less, is that I did like the story and the plot. This is the 9th book I have read from this series and I am still hungry for more off this author, great read. However, as Jeffri Chadiha noted in Sports Illustrated, Carter "was born with talent and a mean streak.
I know I should've taken more photos, but I'll admit that I am crap with that. Probably is because Im from the old generation and though I do have my phone with me, I never remember to take photos.
This is one take a little while back. I had to scrub up for a dinner :- This is the kind of interesting information I usually come across every time I'm researching for a new book. I probably won't use it, but I find it fascinating It's with enormous pride that I am able to announce that my latest novel - Hunting Evil - has spent every week since its release four in total in the Sunday Times Top Ten Bestsellers List, including an entire week at the number 1 spot. This is the first time that one of my novels has spent a whole month in such a prestigious Bestsellers List. Once again, I would like to thank you, the readers, so much for such incredible support.
I'm very proud and completely over the moon to be able to announce that after only 3 days of going on sale, my latest novel, Hunting Evil, has entered the Sunday Times Bestsellers List straight at 1. Thank you all so much for all the amazing support you have shown my work in all these years. From the bottom of my heart I thank you all. In the s, a psychologist named Joel Norris identified seven psychological phases that serial killers experience as they commit their crimes.
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Cris Carter , one of the most prolific and highly-paid wide receivers in the National Football League NFL , did not look like he would rise to his potential in the early rocky years of his career. However, this star athlete moved beyond scandal and setbacks to break several records and lead his Minnesota Viking team to victory. Not only is he a star on the field, but he is also widely recognized for his community service and charitable work off the field, setting an example for other athletes to follow.
Cris Carter was born in Middletown, Ohio , in He and his older brother Butch excelled at both basketball and football as kids. Butch would grow up to play seven years in the National Basketball Association, but Cris chose football as his sport. At Middletown High School he caught 80 passes for over yards. He was named to the Parade All-American Team and was heavily recruited by several major college football programs.
In his junior year he set OSU single-season marks for touchdown receptions 11 and receiving yards 1, His Big Ten-leading 68 catches earned him first team All-American honors with one year of college left.
But he would never see that last year at OSU. On April 23, the school announced that Carter was suspended for rules violations. Soon it became clear that Carter had done more than the typical youthful indiscretion common among college students. On July 16, OSU declared Carter ineligible for his senior season of college football because he accepted money and signed a contract with sports agents Lloyd Bloom and Norby Walters. The NFL then announced that it would hold a supplemental draft that summer to select players who had been caught up in the widespread sports agent scandal — a move that infuriated college football officials.
When Carter and others tried to regain their college eligibility, the NFL decided to wait to hold its supplemental draft, but the NCAA upheld its ban against the players who had signed with agents.
Carter lost his senior season of college football, but soon had. Career; Drafted in the supplemental draft by the Philadelphia Eagles; was released by the team before the season and claimed off waivers by the Minnesota Vikings ; signed with the Vikings through the 2, season. The federal racketeering investigation also named agents Lloyd Bloom, Norby Walters, and David Luedbeke for making improper payments and threats of violence while Carter was indicted on charges of mail fraud and obstruction of justice. In the end, Carter pleaded guilty to defrauding the school and concealing the money given to him by agents.
By the time he was sentenced, Carter was chosen in the fourth round of the supplemental draft by the Philadelphia Eagles. Carter spent three mediocre seasons in Philadelphia.
Though he showed glimpses of brilliance — averaging The Minnesota Vikings claimed Carter off waivers on September 4, , and his career took off from there. The player some accused of being a cancer early in his career would go on to become one of the most respected, accomplished, and highest-paid players in the league. In his second season with the Vikings, Carter led the team in receptions 72 and receiving yards and tied for first on the team with five touchdown receptions. Carter put in another solid season in and in he was named to the Pro Bowl.
Now living up to his potential as a football player, Carter evolved off the field as well. By the end of the season, Carter and his wife Melanie had two children, Duron and Monteray. The one-time outlaw of the college football world also became recognized for his good deeds. By the off-season, Carter had become an ordained minister. In he made receptions, then the league record. He was selected to the Pro Bowl again, this time as a starter. In he caught passes again, giving him the most catches ever over a two-year period.
Carter scored 17 touchdowns racking up 1, yards and was again named to the Pro Bowl.
The following season Carter led the Vikings in catches 96 for the sixth straight season and went to the Pro Bowl for the fourth straight time. He was named to his fifth straight Pro Bowl after leading the league in touchdown catches 13 and finishing fourth in the league in receptions 89 while racking up 1, yards receiving. After the season the team went through some big changes, and Carter was a central figure in all of them. His tremendous ability as a player combined with his great leadership and strong presence in the community makes him so important to the future of the Vikings.
And the situation worked out well. Green consulted Carter again when it came to drafting the brilliant but troubled wide receiver Randy Moss. After 19 teams passed on Moss, the Vikings selected him in the first round. Carter quickly called his new team member and the two became workout partners.