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Terry Frei is a Denver-based
journalist novelist, historian, screenwriter and
affiliate professor at
Metropolitan State University of Denver.
On the heels of his critically acclaimed fact-based novel, Olympic Affair:
Hitler's Siren and America's Hero, he returned to non-fiction for his
seventh book, March 1939: Before the Madness.
Frei's non-fiction books are
Playing Piano in a Brothel, '77: Denver,
the Broncos, and a Coming of Age, Third Down and a War to Go, and
Horns, Hogs, and Nixon Coming.
The Witch's Season was his first novel. He started writing it at age 17, and
of it appeared in his high school's literary magazine.
It was published
many years later.
He and Adrian Dater also collaborated
on Save By Roy.
The New Kid, a Young Adult novel envisioned to be the first
was raised in Eugene, Oregon, where his father, Jerry, spent 17 years
the University of Oregon football staff, including
as the Ducks' head coach.
When his father joined the Denver Broncos staff, beginning a long stay in
NFL as a coach, scout and administrator, Frei moved to the Denver area
while in high school and is a graduate of Wheat Ridge High and the University
of Colorado at Boulder.
Frei is in his second stint at The Denver Post and has been named a state's
the year six times -- three times in Colorado and three times
in Oregon. He also has written for the (Denver)
Rocky Mountain News,
the Portland Oregonian and The Sporting News.