Frank E Hopkins was raised in the New York City area, went to Graduate School at the University of Maryland, earned a Ph.D. in Economics, taught for ten years at Binghamton University in upstate New York, and returned to the DC suburbs. He moved to the Delaware beaches in 2001. Settings from all locations have been used in his writing.
Frank E Hopkins writes realistic crime novels and short stories portraying social and political issues. He has published four novels: The Billion Dollar Embezzlement Murders which won third place in the novel category in Delaware Press Associations 2020 Communications Contest, Abandoned Homes: Vietnam Revenge Murders which won first place in the mystery/thriller category in the Maryland Writers Association 2018 novel contest, The Opportunity, and Unplanned Choices. Frank’s collection of short stories, First Time, was awarded second place for a single author collection in the Delaware Press Associations 2017 Communication Contest.
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