tom frist has just published his Fourth Novel And Ninth Book
In this stand-alone story, Tom Frist brings together characters from his previous novels situated in Brazil, Nicaragua, Turkey, and the U.S. He weaves his own life and the lives of his character friends into an intriguing international adventure which features romance, family dilemmas, the pursuit of the Good, and the clash of religions--including a confrontation with ISIS. Readers will come away satisfied and enticed to read Tom's earlier novels, The Descendant, Through Fire and Water, and Can These Bones Live?
"As I walked the meditation path," Bishop Gregory said, "what kept coming to my mind was the name that you plan to give the organization that will run the camp and retreat center—'Shalom Place’. My suggestion, therefore, would be to name the path, ‘The Way of Shalom’. As I see it, from birth until death, our lives are spent in search of Shalom—truth, peace, permanence, happiness, wholeness, and health.”
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About the Author
Thomas Ferran Frist has spent much of his life promoting the health, relief, rehabilitation, and economic development of people around the world. He has taught in a university in India on a Fulbright scholarship, set up wartime refugee programs in Vietnam as a UNICEF field director, done social research in Tanzania as a Yale graduate student, founded and directed national organizations for the disabled in Brazil, served as president of international organizations for Hansen's disease (leprosy) in the U.S. and Europe, established an economic development program in Nicaragua, and contributed as a college board member and volunteer in NGOs in the U.S. He is the author of nine books, including four novels. Tom and his wife, Clare, have two children and three grandchildren and mostly divide their time between their home in Montreat, North Carolina, and their farm and projects in Brazil. More information about him, his organizations, and his other books can be found in other sections of this website.