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Author Kathryn Lane of the Nikki Garcia series join Susan Wingate on Dialogue!

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ABOUT THE BOOK

"Danger in the Coyote Zone compels and thrills with trademark Kathryn Lane qualities: page-turning suspense, contemporary 'ripped-from-the-headlines' conflict, dangerously high stakes, and passionately evoked romance. You will see the world differently after accompanying these memorable characters to a zone where 'the devil is on the loose.'” -Dr. Cliff Hudder, a member of the Texas Institute of Letters and author of Pretty Enough for You and Splinterville

"Kathryn Lane’s spunky Latina heroine, Nikki Garcia, is back in Danger in the Coyote Zone. When the story opens, Nikki is vacationing in the Yucatán with her fiancé Eduardo, but their lovefest is interrupted by a call from her boss to investigate a kidnapping in San Miguel de Allende. Not only is this a page-turning thriller with twist after heart-wrenching twist, but it brings awareness to the very real issue of human trafficking." -Review by Sharon Marchisello, author of Going Home and Secrets of the Galapagos, and book reviewer for the Killer Nashville International Mystery Writers’ Conference.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Kathryn Lane, award-winning author of the Nikki Garcia Thriller series, sets her novels in foreign countries and her short stories in exotic places.

Kathryn credits her imagination to growing up in Mexico, a country which was rich in storytelling and steeped in cultural traditions. Her creativity was first expressed by painting in oils and when reality of earning a living set in, she studied accounting and finance, and joined a multinational corporation where she obtained her dream job of traveling abroad.

After two decades in the corporate world and having visited over 90 countries, Kathryn left to fulfill a second dream – writing mystery and suspense novels.

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