Waking Up in Medellin by Kathryn Lane
Nikki Garcia, an American woman, arrives in Medellin, Colombia to investigate allegations of fraud against the General Manager of Amazonia Steel, a local affiliate of the multi-national corporation where she works. In her ensuing investigative work she connects two accidental deaths at the Company to a much darker plot involving the man under investigation. Feeling in over her head, she hires a former CIA operative to assist her. Nikki also meets a medical doctor she soon finds herself falling in love with until she is kidnapped and wonders if he is also part of the sinister plot threatening her life. Web page: www.kathryn-lane.com
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Kathryn Lane, originally from Mexico, writes fiction inspired by Latin American cultures she experienced firsthand during her career as an international finance executive. Her first novel, Waking Up in Medellin, released by Pen-L Publishing on March 25, 2016, will be followed by two sequels currently under development. Additionally, Alamo Bay Press will publish an anthology of her short stories later in 2016.
Kathryn’s short stories have been published in Alamo Bay Writers Anthology; The Texas A&M New Border Voices: An Anthology; Arriba Baseball! from VAO Publishing and the Swirl Literary Journal.
The Association of Writing & Writing Programs (AWP) featured Kathryn as a reader on the panel of Arriba Baseball! in Seattle in February 2014.
Kathryn has served on the panel of judges at Washington Carver High School’s Poetry Out Loud contest in Houston, Texas for the past two years. She also serves on the Montgomery Literary Arts Council and she resides in Texas, with her husband, Bob Hurt.