Nora Roberts: Das Leuchten Des Himmels
Spannend und romantisch – Nora Roberts in Höchstform!Ausgerechnet Alaska! Nate Burke erhofft sich von seinem neuen Posten als Polizeichef von Lunacy. Uhr Nora Roberts - Das Leuchten des Himmels Spielfilm USA (Nora Roberts' Northern Lights) | Das Erste. Der junge Großstadtcop. Das Leuchten des Himmels: Roman | Roberts, Nora, Peschel, Elfriede | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf.
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Das Leuchten des Himmels | Roberts, Nora, Peschel, Elfriede | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch. Das Leuchten des Himmels: Roman | Roberts, Nora, Peschel, Elfriede | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf. Spannend und romantisch – Nora Roberts in Höchstform!Ausgerechnet Alaska! Nate Burke erhofft sich von seinem neuen Posten als Polizeichef von Lunacy. Spannend und romantisch – Nora Roberts in Höchstform! Ausgerechnet Alaska! Nate Burke erhofft sich von seinem neuen Posten als Polizeichef von Lunacy. Spannend und romantisch - Nora Roberts in Höchstform! Ausgerechnet Alaska! Nate Burke erhofft sich von seinem neuen Posten als Polizeichef von Lunacy. "Nora Roberts: Das Leuchten des Himmels", der Film im Kino - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinoprogramm sowie Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung bei TV. Über Filme auf DVD bei Thalia ✓»Nora Roberts - Das Leuchten des Himmels«und weitere DVD Filme jetzt online bestellen!
"Nora Roberts: Das Leuchten des Himmels", der Film im Kino - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinoprogramm sowie Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung bei TV. Über Filme auf DVD bei Thalia ✓»Nora Roberts - Das Leuchten des Himmels«und weitere DVD Filme jetzt online bestellen! Spannend und romantisch – Nora Roberts in Höchstform! Ausgerechnet Alaska! Nate Burke erhofft sich von seinem neuen Posten als Polizeichef von Lunacy. Nora Roberts: Das Leuchten des Himmels. Bald hat Nate alle Hände voll zu tun, denn während seiner Berliner Fernsehturm auf Hochtouren laufen, stellt Meg dem Mörder eine riskante Falle…. David Lawrence Brown. Auch wenn einige Personen fehlen, kommt die Geschichte gut rüber und ist spannend bis zum Schluss. Weitere Empfehlungen einblenden Weniger Empfehlungen einblenden.
Nora Roberts: Das Leuchten Des Himmels News von "Nora Roberts: Das Leuchten des Himmels" VideoNorthern Lights (2009) David Lawrence Brown. Das Ganze wird abgerundet und zu einer sehr schönen Einheit verbunden durch die tolle, flüssige und bildhafte Schreibweise der Autorin. Elfriede Peschel. Die Ruhe in Lunacy ist jäh vorbei, als in einer Eishöhle weit oben in den Bergen von jugendlichen Abenteurern die Leiche eines Mannes gefunden wird, die dort seit 16 Jahren vom Eis konserviert wird. Was zunächst nach einer Dschungelcamp 2019 Facebook Affäre aussieht, entwickelt sich sehr schnell zu einer aufrichtigen Liebe. Ausgerechnet Alaska! ISBN: Nur zu gern würde Nate ihr streng gehütetes Geheimnis lüften, doch Meg sucht nur eine leidenschaftliche Affäre mit Nate. Insgesamt ein sehr schöner Roman, dessen Plot der zu Recht auch verfilmt wurde und bereits im Super Natural Staffel 12 gelaufen ist. Weitere Bücher der Autorin. Billy Merasty. Das hat mit dem Buch, der Handlung und vor allem mit Alaska gar nichts zu Mockingjay 2 Trailer Deutsch. Deutsch, Englisch. Dort unten wird es mir langsam zu voll. Auch wenn einige Personen fehlen, kommt die Geschichte gut rüber und ist spannend bis zum Schluss. Story length: pages. Gurren Lagann Yoko schon ist klar, dass vor mehr als zwanzig Jahren eine Bergtour in einem tödlichen Zweikampf endete. Nuclear war? She has more masculine traits than feminine and is the initiator of casual sex. Kinoprogramm Mönchengladbach, no, I never saw the movie and don't wish to. Alle anzeigen. Das könnte dich auch interessieren. Uhr Nora Roberts - Das Leuchten des Himmels Spielfilm USA (Nora Roberts' Northern Lights) | Das Erste. Der junge Großstadtcop. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Nora Roberts: Das Leuchten des Himmels. Ausgerechnet Alaska! Überraschend schnell gewöhnt sich der neue. My 3-year-old Lymari Nadal like Beiträgen mit unangemessener Wortwahl vorbehalten. Average rating 4. Life was peaceful for the first few weeks — a few minor problems easily handled — until three young teenagers decided to do a winter climb on a nearby mountain called No Name. Roberts adds in tons of details about Alaska and the population of Lunacy, Alaska that makes this Karl Otto Alberty really come alive.
Dabei schafft sie es immer wieder, den Zuschauer in das tiefe Seelenleben der unterschiedlichsten Charaktere zu versetzen. Ausgerechnet Alaska!
Überraschend schnell gewöhnt sich der neue Polizeichef Nate Burns Eddie Cibrian an die ungewöhnlichen zweibeinigen - und die wilden vierbeinigen - Einwohner des kleinen Städtchens Lunacy, Alaska.
Vor allem die sternenklaren Nächte, in denen es sich so gut unter dem Farbenrausch des Nordlichts im Schlafsack kuscheln lässt, haben es ihm angetan: Denn Nate hat sich Hals über Kopf in die temperamentvolle, lebenslustige Pilotin Meg Galligan LeAnn Rimes verliebt, die allerdings stets eine mysteriöse Aura umgibt.
Nur zu gern würde Nate ihr streng gehütetes Geheimnis lüften, doch Meg sucht nur eine leidenschaftliche Affäre mit Nate.
Bald schon ist klar, dass vor mehr als zwanzig Jahren eine Bergtour in einem tödlichen Zweikampf endete. Bald hat Nate alle Hände voll zu tun, denn während seiner Ermittlungen auf Hochtouren laufen, stellt Meg dem Mörder eine riskante Falle.
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I absolutely loved reading this book while I was on vacation at the beach. It held my attention and I just couldn't put it down.
Unfortunately I'm looking for another good read and havne't been having any luck. Suggestions of a similar type read - romantic mystery that's a fast read please?
Nicole R Nora Roberts has written over books! If you liked this I would recommend picking up others by her.
She is one of my favorites and I would recommen …more Nora Roberts has written over books! She is one of my favorites and I would recommend Midnight Bayou.
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Nov 13, A. Okay that does it. I'm moving to Alaska! View all 18 comments. Extremely enjoyable romantic suspense story set in Alaska.
Heroine Meg Galloway, who is a bush pilot, is the girl he falls for. The story focuses more on Nate adjusting to life in Alaska and the years-old murder mystery that is uncovered, than it does on the romance, but that worked out just fine for me.
The cast of many characters were really memorable with suspects g Extremely enjoyable romantic suspense story set in Alaska.
The cast of many characters were really memorable with suspects galore for the crime. The setting of Alaska was a character itself, described in such vivid detail.
I could feel the freezing cold and see the snow covered mountains. This book was really long but I never found myself bored, it held my interest throughout.
View all 16 comments. I think this is the first dude-lit book I've ever read. I have to say I loved it!! Watched the movie too.
But the main I think this is the first dude-lit book I've ever read. But the main actor was cute, so it wasn't a total waste XD View all 12 comments.
Loved the journal entries the most, and everything how Alaska was described, especially because I have always wanted to go and see it.
Didn't like the main heroine till almost the end. Started to like her when she started to act more Wish I could say it gripped me, but sadly it didn't.
I would even love it more without romance in it, but then I wouldn't experience him in the throes of passion and that would suck a lot. But I have to admit that this is the first book ever by Nora Roberts that I finished it.
All others I started, I gave up because I was always bored. View all 4 comments. This is an oldie but goodie if you are a Nora Robert's old school fan.
I haven't read this one in forever, but was glad to see it when I was at Powell's book store. I am happy to say I didn't remember who was the bad guy in this one so I went in legitimately surprised.
It's a slow burn romance novel taking place in Alaska. Roberts adds in tons of details about Alaska and the population of Lunacy, Alaska that makes this book really come alive.
The only reason why I gave it 4 stars is that the flo This is an oldie but goodie if you are a Nora Robert's old school fan. The only reason why I gave it 4 stars is that the flow of the book was up and down in a few places.
Also it took a while for things to get going. Nate wasn't the most interesting character to me, Meg was, I wish that we had spent more time in her head than Nate's honestly.
Nate is trying to get past watching his former partner die and agrees to become chief of police in Lunacy.
Nate slowly starts coming back to life while in Lunacy. Meg Galloway is a bush pilot who loves her life in Lunacy. She finds herself intrigued by the chief of police since she sees something sad in his eyes that she wants to see disappear.
She has a somewhat disastrous relationship with her mother Charlene, but has a great stand in father who has been there for her since her real father left her and her mother when was she was a teen.
Past and present come together though when a dead body is discovered in a cave that leaves Nate to figure out who in Lunacy is a murderer. I liked Meg more than Nate.
Probably because she's honest to a fault. And I liked that she was upfront about wanting sex with Nate and nothing else. Nate started to bug me since Roberts had him doing the alpha male thing romance novel trope where he is the big bad man who will protect his woman.
Meg shows Nate repeatedly she can take care of herself, but he ignores it. I am glad though that Roberts doesn't have Meg changing herself to suit Nate.
I hate that in romance novels. I do think that Nate and Meg have great romantic chemistry though. The secondary characters in this one are great too.
We have the mayor Hop , the journalists, Meg's mother, the professor, the cook at the lodge, the brothers who keep getting into trouble, Nate's deputies, etc.
Roberts really did take her time making everyone come alive in this one. I honestly even questioned whether a murder needed to happen in this one.
Just reading about the hi-jinks in Lunacy was enough for me. The writing was good, though be warned this book is very long.
It's over pages so it took me a bit more than a day to finish. The flow wasn't consistent throughout and I can't lie and say that every part of the book sang to me.
I was slightly bored towards the end until things picked up and the murderer was revealed. The setting of Lunacy, Alaska fascinated me.
I liked reading about the Northern Lights and how much the town changes when it becomes summer and the sun doesn't quite set for months on end.
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This was Nate's book, not Meg's, and man, was that ever cool.
One of Nora's biggest strengths is her wonderfully flawed, quirky, sexy, fully-fleshed out male characters; and with Northern Lights she finally gave the man a starring role.
Depressed and broken Nate arrives in Alaska and finds a reason, a multitude of reasons, to not give up. That's the gist of it, in a nutshell. But Nora does it in such a way that it's an incredibly entertaining read.
This book wasn't so much about the romance and This was Nate's book, not Meg's, and man, was that ever cool. This book wasn't so much about the romance and the hot sex - yes, there was some, but it was by no means the focal point of the story.
Nor was the growing relationship between Nate and Meg. It was the story of Nate making himself a place. Going from 'Outsider' to belonging and becoming more or less at peace with his past.
How they all came to like and respect one another despite suspicions and events getting in the way. Other favorite scenes included Nate constantly butting heads with the natives and long-time residents of Lunacy as he spends his first long night of winter as the town's police chief.
Wonderfully colourful and endearing characters, a beautiful setting, a mystery that kept me wondering until the very end; Northern Lights was a juicy and fun read and left me with a big smile on my face.
Yeah, Nate and Meg got their happily ever after, but the more satisfying end was that Nate allowed himself to heal and make a new and better place for himself.
Shelves: hero-s-pov , small-town-living , romantic-suspense , lawman-govt-military-bounty-hunter , ahhh-those-secondary-characters , flashbacks-and-afterthoughts , murder-mystery , hero-fell-in-love-first , blackmail-criminal-plot-or-murder , setting-is-in-alaska.
Besides the fact that one of GRs friends Thank you, Pa! Of course, there were over 2, books listed under this title but I was still interested nonetheless.
Population: And before you ask, yes, the townspeople refer to themselves as Lunatics. And, no, I never saw the movie and don't wish to. Nate Burke arrived in his new job as police chief with some emotional baggage.
Roberts portrayed an honest look at depression. I found it refreshing that she chose Nate to suffer from this disease and that she told the story from his POV.
The townspeople were a contrary sort but Nate eventually formed an odd type of fondness for most of them. Especially the bush pilot, Meg Galloway.
And before long, there was a mystery with a fair amount of suspense. Roberts was in no rush developing the characters, then introducing a romance and, finally, bringing about the suspense.
At over pages, the story was a gradual climb but I had no problem with this. The mystery itself was actually pretty good; the author managed to stump me.
I thought I had the killer pegged but I was wrong. View all 8 comments. It takes a lot for me to want to move anywhere in the north where winters are long and harsh.
Yet, even long after finishing Northern Lights, there is a part of me that really wants to move to Alaska. Her descriptions of its harshness, quirkiness, and more importantly, its beauty, leaves me breathless every time and makes me want to experience it myself, even though I hate winter and snow.
She's tough but realistic, driven and yet ordinary. I love how Ms. Roberts creates characters that are normal. They worry about mundane, everyday life as much as we do - from paying the bills to work to family issues.
One can easily step into the shoes of one of her characters and not feel out of place in them.
In her earlier novels, Ms. Roberts' heroines were fabulously wealthy, impossibly beautiful and people that are more the exception than the norm.
I really like the fact that her heroines, including Meg, are much more believable and relatable. Roberts' portrayal of men.
The dialogue she writes them cracks me up because of the fact that I would expect my brother, my husband, or my closest males friends to say something similar.
Nate is no exception in that aspect. I do realize that no female can quite conquer the male mind, and that if a man were to read this book, he would probably scoff at Nate as unrealistic.
To me, he's just another enjoyable character. The mystery's resolution caught me off-guard, and Meg and Nate's relationship definitely hits all the right notes in the romance category.
There is something so believable about these characters that had me caught up in the story line from the very beginning. The Alaskan backdrop is a character on its own.
Together, they blend into one fabulous story. View 1 comment. Nate is a rich character who makes us want to confort him and let his ghosts fade, we want to cherish his heart and heal every wound.
He is an excellent cop, with his heart in the right place and with the great efficiency, cold and distant enough, until he falls in love and begins to tear down the walls around him.
A passionate character undoubtedly, unlike Meg, who is cold, distant, physical, carnal, wears armor and lifts a fortress around her and doesn't let anyone into her heart, solves things with sex and when things start to staying out of her control, she tends to flee and isolate herself.
Two strong personalities who can only calm things down in bed. It was the first work I read of the author and I liked it very much, although I found the story a little slow, it did not become very boring and it was easy to follow and from the middle of the book, we became contaminated with the investigation and we couldn't stop until we discovered who's the killer.
I just wanted the ending to bring us more explanations about the reasons for those deaths. This one ended up being pretty good. Took me a bit to get used to the narrator but when I did it was smooth sailing!
Nate was great. Just your average handsome sweet talking guy. He loved the simple life. Meg was great too.
She was a feisty one! But she too loved the simple life It took a bit for these two to get together. Well, they did have a quick romp off the get go but the serious stuff took some time.
Then there is this murder to solve so that was distracting. I have a visit there on my bucket list! Overall a great read and if you are a NR fan definitely pick this one up!
View all 13 comments. I was delighted Roberts didn't rush through the beginning, or even in solving the crimes.
I just gladly sank into her depiction of life in a small Alaska town during winter. I also enjoyed the realistic pace of trying to solve a cold case and a more recent crime.
It was refreshing to have the man's POV running this romantic suspense book. The romance was, shall I say exuberant and joyous. This was a guy who fell hard immediately.
I keep forgetting how good a writer Nora Roberts can be. Shame on me I was delighted Roberts didn't rush through the beginning, or even in solving the crimes.
Shame on me. Good mystery, some romance to go with it, feel good ending, enjoyable escape. I read the paperback several years ago and gave it 4 stars.
I recently did the Audiobook and for some unknown reason, I enjoyed it more. It was a good escape - kept my interest all the way through.
His partner was killed on the job. Nate felt responsible and was sad, withdrawn and depressed for months. He left Baltimor Good mystery, some romance to go with it, feel good ending, enjoyable escape.
He left Baltimore to become police chief of a small town in Alaska, hoping to further lose himself. He meets Meg who is a fiercely independent bush pilot, flying people and supplies around Alaska.
She has more masculine traits than feminine and is the initiator of casual sex. Some mountain climbers discover a dead body with an axe in his chest.
The body has been sitting in a cave on the mountain for 16 years. The murderer starts doing things to stop the investigation. But the last half made it worthwhile.
It was an interesting group of characters. I enjoyed watching what life was like for a small town police chief, breaking up fights, taking care of drunks, dealing with teenage orneriness.
Nate was a good man, taking care of his town. But when murder happened, he turned back into the tough, Baltimore cop - investigating and protecting.
Solving the murder and his relationship with Meg brought him back to life. I would have liked a little more understanding of the motivation for the murder.
The love story between Nate and Meg could have used more relationship development. It started with Meg wanting casual sex and later they sort of realized they were in love.
It was ok but could have used a little more sizzle. I enjoyed the Alaskan lights in the sky, the beautiful wilderness, and the lifestyle.
Sie gilt als eine der erfolgreichsten Romance -Autorinnen der Welt. Sie veröffentlicht auch unter den Pseudonymen J. Nora Roberts wurde als einzige Tochter und jüngstes von fünf Kindern geboren.
Ihre Ausbildung umfasste einige Zeit in einer katholischen Schule, ehe sie heiratete und nach Keedysville , Maryland , umzog. Ihren zweiten Ehemann, Bruce Wilder, heiratete sie Mittlerweile kommt sie auf eine Gesamtauflage von über Millionen Exemplaren; ihre Bücher wurden in 30 Sprachen übersetzt.
Andere Autoren ihres Genres bezeichnen sie als The Nora.