Scott was born in Iowa and lived most of his first thirty years in the state. He moved to Wisconsin in 1981 and currently resides in Bayside with his wife. Scott worked as a limnologist and environmental consultant for forty years and retired in 2017. He has a strong background in natural resources and volunteers at a nature center.
Scott’s latest, Where the Corn Grows Tallest, is his third novel. It is a tale of mystery and murder, and has roots in the unsolved disappearance of an Iowa relative in the 1930’s. He has also written several short stories, one of which, Into Darkness, won a Goodreads award – see Short Stories.
Scott Prill Biography