On the heels of his critically acclaimed fact-based novel "Olympic Affair," about the overlooked-for-years affair between Hitler's femme fatale filmmaker, Leni Riefenstahl, and American decathlon gold medalist Glenn Morris, Terry Frei returned to non-fiction in 2014 with two books. "March 1939: Before the Madness" was published in February and "Save By Roy: Patrick Roy and the Return of the Colorado Avalanche," a collaboration with Adrian Dater, followed in November.
Frei's previous non-fiction books are "Playing Piano in a Brothel" (2010), "'77: Denver, the Broncos, and a Coming of Age" (2008), "Third Down and a War to Go" (2007), and "Horns, Hogs, and Nixon Coming" (2002).
"The Witch's Season" (2009) is a roman a clef novel based on his observations and experiences in Eugene as the son of a college football coach in a tumultuous time on one of the nation's cauldron campuses.
Frei also has written three screenplays, done consulting work in the film industry, and taken voluminous mental notes.
His web site is www.terryfrei.com