Scott Frost (writer)

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Scott Frost is an American screen writer and novelist. He is the son of actor Warren Frost and the brother of Mark Frost and actress Lindsay Frost. He worked with his brother and David Lynch on the Twin Peaks television series, writing two episodes. Among others, he has also written episodes of Babylon 5 and Andromeda. In the early 1990s, he wrote the script for the mystery/thriller TV movie Past Tense with Miguel Tejada-Flores. He again worked with his brother on the 2001 series All Souls.

Novels[edit]

Frost's first novel, The Autobiography of FBI Agent Dale Cooper,[1] was based on the Twin Peaks character played by Kyle MacLachlan.

More recently, he has been working on a mystery/thriller series based on a character named Alex Delillo, a Pasadena homicide detective and single mother. There are currently five novels in the series.

  • Wait for Dark (2010)
  • Don't Look Back (2009)
  • Point of no Return (2007)
  • Never Fear (2006)
  • Run the Risk (2005)

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