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UPDATE: March 1939: Before the Madness was released February 6.
It its second printing, available in stores coast-to-coast and also from most online sites. 
"Carefully crafted, fast-moving and refreshing ... Frei's study is quite memorable." -- Publishers Weekly
(More information and reviews on page linked above)
TERRY FREI BOOK SIGNING:
For The Duck Store
Saturday, May 2
Autzen Stadium, Eugene
After the 11 a.m. Oregon Spring Game, approximately 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
  

PLEASE DIRECT ALL SCREEN RIGHTS INQUIRIES TO:

Jeanne Field, Windfall Management, Los Angeles

Windfall1@roadrunner.com (note the "one")  

 

Terry Frei author pages with ordering links:

  

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Powell's

Barnes and Noble

IndieBound.org

 Amazon

Recent Writer's Journal entries, including: 

 

Catching breath after March 1939 promotion

 

Two enjoyable appearances in Glenn Morris' backyards

 

On official release of March 1939: Before the Madness

 

Publishers Weekly calls March 1939: Before the Madness "carefully crafted, fast-moving and refreshing"

  

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2012

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2007

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2002

  
"From humble beginnings, Oregon's ‘Tall Firs’ became the
best basketball team in the country, helping to break the
New York monopoly on an increasingly national game,
and the NCAA tournament became an unstoppable
financial juggernaut. Once again, Terry Frei has vividly
captured a pivotal moment in history, for the world of
college basketball and for a world about to go to war.
The exploits on the court are enthralling not only for
their drama, but held up for comparison against what
the tournament has become today—as well as the danger
lurking only a few years away."
-- Luke DeCock, sports columnist, Raleigh News & Observer  

 

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2010

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2008

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2009

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Columbine's Boy in the Window

 

The Greatest Mom Ever 

 

JoAnn B Ficke Cancer Foundation

  

Alex's Lemonade Stand for Pediatric Cancer Research

 

Colorado Freedom Memorial

(Dedication May 26, 2013. Thanks

and congratulations to its

champion, Rick Crandall.)

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World War II conference keynote speakers

James Megellas and Terry Frei.

"Maggie," the most decorated officer

in the history of the 82nd Airborne,

is worthy of the Medal of Honor.

"Maggie's" web site and Medal of Honor petition.

 

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From Terry's brother, David