S. 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. Marpel's latest work is co-authoring "The Hooman Saga" a novel-length anthology of serialized short stories, involving characters from the Ghost Hunters Series, that are involved in saving a moon colony from a villainous "queen" who has enslaved the original colonists.