Kathrin Lange was born in 1969. Even though she planned to work for the K-9-unit of the German police she soon realized that books are “the real thing” for her. So she first worked in a well-known publishing house, later in a theological bookshop and in the end published one of the most famous German writer’s magazines “Federwelt”. Since 2005 she has been writing novels. Her thrillers are translated into several foreign languages and the story of her breathtaking novel „40 hours“ has been opted for TV. Kathrin Lange is member of the PEN, of Germany’s biggest crime writers association “Das Syndikat” and of the International Thriller Writers Organisation. She is deeply committed to the promotion of reading and also works as a novel writers’ coach.
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