Kathryn Lane

Kathryn Lane will sign and discuss Coyote Zone (Pen-L Publishing; $16.97)

Originally from Mexico, Kathryn was a painter in oils but quickly changed to accounting and international finance after she discovered the artistic path of painting leads to a starving artist existence. To cement her ability to earn a living, she became a CPA and a CMA and worked for a multinational corporation where she traveled extensively for two decades. After jetting to over 90 countries, her travels gave her the opportunity to fulfill another passion – to write fiction. Now she writes stories and novels inspired by Latin American cultures she experienced firsthand during her career as an international finance executive.

Kathryn is a graduate of the University of New Mexico and is both a Certified Management Accountant (New Jersey) and a Certified Public Accountant (New Mexico – inactive status). 

The Greater Conroe Arts Alliance’s honored Kathryn with a Montie Award for Pursuit of Excellence. The Rotary Club of The Woodlands recognized her with a second Paul Harris award for her service to the community. She also serves on the Montgomery County Literary Arts Council and resides in The Woodlands, Texas, with her husband, Bob Hurt.

Event date: 

Saturday, January 20, 2018 - 4:30pm

Event address: 

2342 Bissonnet St.
Houston, TX 77005
Coyote Zone Cover Image
$16.97
ISBN: 9781683131083
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Published: Pen-L Publishing - October 12th, 2017

Nikki Garcia is an unlikely Sam Spade a former international auditor turned private investigator who lands an assignment in Mexico to find a missing ten-year-old girl, Bibi Lombardi. The child's estranged parents have been fighting over custody of her and one of them could be responsible for her disappearance.
It's an easy child-snatching case--right?


Waking Up in Medellin Cover Image
$14.97
ISBN: 9781683130147
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Published: Pen-L Publishing - March 25th, 2016

Handsome Colombian men and life-threatening danger were not normally a part of Nikki's auditing job, but this assignment was anything but normal. Despite her emotional wounds, she accepts the challenge as a way to overcome the loss of her young son in a tragic event.