Sue Latham is a native of Dallas, TX. She graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington rather longer ago than she cares to think about.
She began her writing career many years ago writing online help and technical manuals for the corporate world. In 1998, she landed a job with a small UN agency and moved to Switzerland. The one-year assignment turned into a decade, during which time she traveled extensively. She feels fortunate to have been to every continent except Antarctica. In Europe, she walked in the footsteps of Beethoven, Mozart, Einstein and van Gogh and was once blessed by the pope. Her travels have taken her to the Nazca desert where she endured a harrowing flight over the lines in a small plane; to Africa on a quest for a glimpse of the rare white rhino; and to the Australian Outback, where she was stranded by a flash flood and had to spend the night in a Subaru.
In 2009 she returned to Dallas and started writing fiction. Her novels, The Haunted House Symphony and The Science Professor’s Ghost, are ghost-hunting mysteries featuring a team of ghost hunters led by Sue’s intrepid alter-ego, Margo Monroe. Both books are available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble and other online bookstores as ebooks and in paperback.