Nebraska Authors

Tosca Lee

Born 1969 Roanoke, VA (USA)

The author has been described by a reviewer as challenging the boundaries of Christian fiction. She collaborated on a trilogy with New York Times best selling author Ted Dekker. Demon: A Memoir, 2007, was a 2008 Christy Award Finalist and 2008 American Christian Fiction Writers Carol Award winner for speculative fiction. See Micah Mertes, "Nebraska author's route to novelist full of twists and turns," Omaha World-Herald 5-22-2016.

Places Lived

Lincoln, NE
Fremont, NE

Author Of

  • Fiction


Novels; Christian Themes;


Smith College, MA



Places Worked

Former writer with Smart Computing Magazine, Sandhills Publishing
Gallup Organization


Former Mrs. Nebraska, first runner-up Mrs. United States pageant.


Ted Dekker (collaboration)


Demon: A Memoir. 2007.
Havah: The Story of Eve. 2008.
Iscariot. 2013.
Legend of Sheba. 2014.
The Progeny. 2016.
Firstborn. 2017.
The Line Between. 2019.
A Single Light. 2019.

Book of Mortals series (co-author with Ted Dekker)
Forbidden. 2011 (with Ted Dekker)
Mortal. 2012. (with Ted Dekker)
Sovereign. 2013. (with Ted Dekker)

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