S. E. Chase
S. E. Chase has spent a career as a curator, interpretive specialist and exhibition planner in history and technology museums. As is common in the 'many hats' world of nonprofits, she has written more than her share of grant applications, exhibition scripts, budget statements and management reports. From scrounging through basement cisterns for artifacts to exploring the history of electrical technology, she's absorbed a wealth of materials to use as creative raw material for fiction writing. She also happens to be the author of several nonfiction history publications about places and people in New York State and Delaware under the name Stephanie Przybylek.
After growing up in Northwestern PA, and spending more than a decade in the snowy winters of the Finger Lakes and Upstate New York, she decamped to the temperate Mid-Atlantic and Chesapeake Bay region to experience actual springtime and enjoy the taste of steamed crabs and beer.
S. E. loves traveling (yes, she has been to Iceland and wants to return), beer brewing, horse racing, photography and exploring nature. She's a musician, artist, writer and lover of animals, currently answering to two cats and a Shiba Inu.
This is her first novel.
Bring Up the Bones
by S. E. Chase
Forensic anthropologist Kait Jenret retrieves three museum boxes of bones.The specter of murder brings detective Einar Hannesson and opens the door to a mystery. More skeletons, all missing left hands. Einar enlists the help of former partner Michael Lewis, who has his own issues, namely he's undead. Adirondack trapper Thomas Skinner holds the bloody key. Secrets rise when you bring up the bones.
Sink In Your Claws
by S. E. Chase
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A homeless man witnesses a brutal attack. Mistaken for the killer, he's handed to Detective Einar Hannesson, an Icelander who believes in the supernatural. He realizes the man is former partner Michael Lewis, killed 2 years ago. Einar must unravel the mystery, connected to an earlier case filled with myth, horror and experimentation. Has the killer returned? Lives will be changed forever.
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