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About Emily:

Emily Trace is a thirty-something widow who lives in Spokane, Washington. She opens her own detective agency with the hope she can find the person or persons who murdered her husband.

Author Sue Eller takes her imaginary friend, Emily, through a series of adventures which turn her bumbling heroine into a passable sleuth.

Emily’s first adventure – Meadowlark Madness – takes the reader on a quirky quest in search of a reportedly vanished species. Next in the series is Taming of the T-Bird, which follows the intrepid detective as she delves deeper into the discovery that we are not alone in the universe. Click on either title to learn more, and watch for the next book – Send in the Drones.

About the author:

Sue head shotSue Eller is a sci-fi and fantasy fan who, with her husband Ray, lives in Spokane, Washington. She majored in chemistry in college, and worked at various times for mining assay and pharmaceutical companies. She has also written numerous short stories and articles for a weekly newspaper. She has a love of God, people, and all things scientific.

The Emily Trace Mystery series is Sue’s latest passion. Emily’s first adventure, “Meadowlark Madness,”  was followed by “Taming of the T-Bird.” Both titles are available on Amazon and Kindle. Next in the series will be “Send in the Drones.” Watch for the announcement of the release date.

Sue has also written a novella entitled “Return from Armageddon,” a story of a dystopian future set in and around the city of Las Vegas, Nevada, and a cookbook, “The Gluten Free Gourmand.”

She is the mother of four children and has step-children who fondly refer to her as their “wicked stepmother.” She also has so many grandchildren she says she has lost count, although she can name every one of them.

Sue loves to write, and is a member of the Tin Pencil Writer’s Group, a Spokane-based gathering of authors who meet regularly to share their work and help and encourage each other. She also belongs to the Spokane Authors & Self-Publishers organization and the Inland Northwest Writers’ Guild.

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