Tracee de Hahn is a writer, lecturer, and educator. Born in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, she grew up in Kentucky. She currently lives in Virginia.
A member of Mystery Writers of America and International Thriller Writers, she serves on the National Board of Sisters in Crime.
Prior to writing fiction she began her career in the practice of architecture, using the need to see great buildings as an excuse to travel. After several years in Switzerland, and receiving an advanced degree in European history, she turned her hand to the non-profit world, eventually running alumni relations for a west coast university. These experiences have served as inspiration for her talks on career change and achieving impossible goals! Her mysteries set in Switzerland were inspired by her years living in Lausanne.
She frequently teaches webinars and workshops on various aspects of writing and publishing. She also serves as a writing mentor through the Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning in Lexington, Kentucky, working one-on-one with authors to identify and achieve their goals.
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