Nebraska Authors

Tom Frye

Born 1956 Lincoln, NE (USA)

Places Lived

Lincoln, NE

Author Of

  • Fiction
  • Play/Screenplay

Keywords

Troubled Teens; Adolescence; Havelock, NE - Fiction; Nebraska - Fiction; Fantasy; Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder; Children's Fiction

Education

High School Diploma, Lincoln Northeast High School, Lincoln, NE

Occupation

Juvenile Care Specialist
Probation Officer
Foster Parent
Liaison, Lincoln Police Department
Author
Mentor, Lincoln Public Schools
Camp Employee, Camp Kitaki, Nebraska

Places Worked

Lincoln Attention Center, Lincoln, NE
Nebraska Department of Social Services
Lincoln Public Schools, Lincoln, NE
Camp Kitaki, Nebraska

Associations

Havelock, NE

Bibliography

Scratchin' on the Eight Ball. 1982.
The Jewel Folk: Book One of the Legend of the Lion. 1992.
The Kid, the Cop and the Con. 1993. (with illustrations by Lee Hammond)
Jason the Fear Slayer. 1995.
Squeaker: The Adventures of a Country Mouse. 1995. (with Thomas Bretta)
Signals From the Corner. 1996.
Beyond the Wind. 2003.
The Mosley Street Melodramas. 2008.
Stag-heart: Book One. 2008.
The Woods of Bloody Mary. 2009. (Havelock Chronicles)
Stag-heart: Book Two. 2010.
Out of the Storm. 2010.
Stag-heart: Book Three. 2011.
Rez Dog. 2016.
Wounded Arrow. 2018.
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