Pandora's Genes. Questar, 1985.
Winner, Best New Science Fiction Novel 1985, Romantic Times; Locus Recommended List, 1986.
Pandora's Children. Questar, 1986.
Pandora's Promise. Kael Publishing, 2015.
Going to See Grassy Ella. Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, May, 1993. Named Recommended Book for Reluctant Young Readers 1994 by Young Adult Library Services Association of the ALA; German edition 1995.
B-24 Co-Pilot: First Lieutenant John F. Lance. Editor, Kathryn Lance. Kael Publishing, 2016.
ADULT NONFICTION BOOKS:
Unlocking the Animal Mind by Franklin D. McMillan, D.V.M., with Kathryn Lance. Rodale, 2004
You Don't Need Plastic Surgery by Everett M. Lautin, M.D., Suzanne M. Levine, D.P.M., and Kathryn Lance. M. Evans and Company, 2003.
The Botox Book, by Everett M. Lautin, M.D., and Suzanne M. Levine, D.P.M. and Kathryn Lance. M. Evans, 2002. British edition, 2002.
The Body Code, by Jay Cooper with Kathryn Lance. Pocket, 1999. Alternate Selection of Book of the Month Club.
Heart and Soul: A Psychological and Spiritual Guide to Preventing and Healing Heart Disease,
by Bruno Cortis, M.D., (ghostwritten). Villard, 1995; Pocket, 1996.
The Princeton Plan, by Edwin Heleniak, M.D., and Barbara Aston, M.S. (ghostwritten). St. Martins, 1990.
Low-Impact Aerobics, Crown, 1988.
The Setpoint Diet, by Dr. Gilbert Leveille (ghostwritten). Ballantine, 1985. New York Sunday Times paperback best-seller list, six weeks; Publishers Weekly paperback best-seller list, five weeks. Over 400,000 in print.
Sportsbeauty. Avon, 1984. Second serial, numerous women's magazines.
Total Sexual Fitness for Women, in collaboration with Maria Agardy. Rawson, Wade, 1981. British edition, 1983; Italian edition, 1987.
A Woman's Guide to Spectator Sports. A & W, 1980. Alternate selection of Book of the Month Club.
Getting Strong. Bobbs-Merrill, 1978; Bantam, 1979. Approx. 30,000 sold in hard cover and trade paperback; 125,000 in print in mass market paperback. Alternate selection of Literary Guild/Doubleday Book Club. First serial, Family Circle. Second serial in most of the women's magazines.
Running for Health and Beauty. Bobbs-Merrill, 1977; Bantam, 1978. Approx. 120,000 copies sold in hard cover and trade paperback in several printings, over 375,000 in print in mass market paperback. Alternate selection of Literary Guild/Doubleday Book Club. First serial, Family Circle. Second serial in most of the women's magazines. British, German, Argentine editions.
OTHER YA / JUVENILE FICTION BOOKS
Written as Lynn Beach:
"Phantom Valley." YA mystery series (nine books in all), Minstrel Books (Pocket), 1991-1993.
Seven books in the "Give Yourself Goosebumps" series, Scholastic, 1995 - 1999.
Night of the Werecat and Caution: Aliens at Work, in the "R.L. Stine's Ghosts of Fear Street" series, Minstrel Books (Pocket), 1997 and 1998.
(Twelve ghost-written YA series novels for major publisher, 1990-98.)
Invisibility Island, Parachute Press, 1988; Operation Time Machine, Random House, 1987; Operation JungleDoom, Random House, 1987; Invasion from Darkland, Avon, 1986; Conquest of the Time Master, Avon, 1986; Attack of the Insecticons, Ballantine, 1985; The Haunted Castle of Ravencurse, Avon, 1985; Secrets of the Lost Island, Scholastic, 1985.
NATURAL HISTORY NOTE:
Lance, K. 2012. An instance of diurnal predation by a Desert Nightsnake, Hypsiglena chlorophaea. Sonoran Herpetologist, 25:10, 2012, pp. 99-100.
ADULT SHORT NONFICTION:
Dozens of articles on topics including diet, sports, fitness, sexuality, biotechnology; in corporate publications and such national periodicals as Family Circle, Parade, Self, Town & Country, Ladies Home Journal, Writer's Digest, and the AARP Bulletin. Her most recent article, "Where Older Workers are Valued and Honored," was published in Next Avenue and Forbes in May, 2015.
YA / JUVENILE NONFICTION(written as Lynn Beach):
Dozens of articles on science, health, nutrition, consumerism, technology, lifestyles, in various national and regional publications, including Scholastic Voice, Future Tech, Fast Track, Bananas, and Creative Classroom. Booklets on such topics as space exploration, scientific experiments, and libraries, for McMillan and other publishers.