A native Californian, Jackie Ullerich was born in Los Angeles, grew up in San Diego and attended UCLA, where she graduated with honors, earning a secondary teaching credential in theater arts and English. She also attained Master Teacher status, which qualified her to train and supervise student teachers at the high school level.
In a major change of venue, Jackie left the classroom for the world stage to travel and live in a variety of places, both in the U.S. and overseas, with her Air Force husband.
Her years of living in Turkey and Greece coincided with changes in government, including tanks in the streets. But hostile environments were offset by exploration of ancient cultures and the colorful tapestries of contemporary life.
Of her many experiences, teaching English as a foreign language at the Turkish War College in Ankara, was an adventure in itself. While her novels reflect first-hand knowledge of exotic and historic locals, California provides a backdrop for most of her writing.
Presently, Jackie and her retired Air Force JAG husband reside in Palm Desert, California where her husband golfs while Jackie writes.
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Invitation to Death
by Jackie Ullerich
Price: $5.99 USD. 95150 words.
Published by Brighton Publishing LLC on January 20, 2013. Fiction.
An invitation to spend a weekend in paradise turns into a ticket to hell, bringing death and destruction. Against beautiful Hawaiian sunsets and crashing ocean waves, deadly passions arise when three couples vacation at an island condo. Relationships are difficult and sometimes a vacation can bring back the romance. Sometimes it works, and sometimes it’s an explosion of deadly passion.
At Risk: Passion and Peril at Sea
by Jackie Ullerich
Price: $5.99 USD. 89010 words.
Published by Brighton Publishing LLC on June 28, 2011. Fiction.
At Risk explores the complexities of love and marriage, as well as the dark side of racism and bigotry—all aboard the luxury cruise liner, the Sea Star. A cruise along the Mexican Riviera is the setting for a disparate group of passengers who dine together nightly. In that intimacy, they reveal aspects of their lives and family backgrounds which sets in motion a terrifying series of events.
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