BioS. H. Marple inherited her mystery-writing chops from an English ancestor. While American born and raised, her schooling at remote boarding schools did little to dampen her own curiosity. A strong science and math background sharpened her skills at problem solving. And the remoteness of her upbringing lead to writing. A new author, she is sharpening her skills with short stories while preparing for longer novels in the future.
When not one but two other world ladies arrive it is hard for a man to ignore--as much as he wanted to. He was neck-deep in foul deeds, murder, and solving crimes when the ladies propositioned him. Their proposal has some interesting twists. Alluring as it was, there were some rather unfortunate strings attached.
In Ghost Hunters, we enjoy a series of cosy mysteries solved by two paranormal spirit guides and one very normal writer-farmer. While these lack any real blood and gore, the mysteries always end in a twist. Can't wait for Part Two...
Looking forward to book two by S.H. Marpel