Jan 21, 2022
Born and raised in Thunder Bay, Jacqueline D'Acre had an old-fashioned childhood: playing in the street, milk delivered by horse-drawn wagons. From age three, She was riding horses every day. She moved to San Francisco and went to Lone Mountain College, an adjunct to the University of San Francisco, on a Drama scholarship. She then worked in Alaska at an ad agency as a media buyer and copywriter. Later, she moved to New Orleans and worked as writer/director on over 100 productions. She published her first novel, Between Extremities. In 2004 she moved back to Thunder Bay and published her second novel—a mystery, set in Louisiana, titled Hot Blooded Murder.