Jackie Kabler is a television presenter and crime writer.
A former news reporter, she spent more than nine years with GMTV as a roving correspondent and newsreader, covering some of the biggest stories of the decade including President Clinton’s impeachment trial, the Asian tsunami, the Kosovo crisis, famine in Ethiopia, the Athens Olympics, the Soham murders and the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.
After leaving GMTV in 2008 to pursue a freelance career she became a regular presenter of the ITV national morning news and a reporter across ITN’s news programmes including News at Ten, and was also a regular reporter and presenter on the BBC’s Midlands Today programme. Among many other freelance jobs (see the About page for more details) she also worked as a media trainer – in particular with the armed forces – and produced, wrote and presented corporate and promotional films.
In January 2013 Jackie joined the UK’s biggest shopping channel, QVC, as a full-time presenter.
A former newspaper reporter, she has also worked as a reporter and presenter for Channel TV, ITV West, Central TV, Five News and Setanta Sports News.
Jackie is also an internationally bestselling crime writer. She is author of the Cora Baxter Mysteries, a series of humorous murder mysteries set in a television newsroom, and of psychological thrillers Am I Guilty?, The Perfect Couple and The Happy Family. See the Books pages for more details.