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  • Ethical Aspects of Animal Husbandry
    Ethical Aspects of Animal Husbandry
    by Craig Terlson

    A collection of short stories where the humour runs dark and the slipstream bubbles up.


    ...imagine if Raymond Carver called up George Saunders and Joe Lansdale, and they all went drinking with Neil Gaiman.

  • Correction Line
    Correction Line
    by Craig Terlson

    “… it's clear that Terlson is way ahead of the curve in terms of crafting an engaging premise that reaches for elevated territory and reinvents enduring archetypes of action and suspense.”  J. Schoenfelder

    "Sometimes brutal, often demanding and always complex, this novel will repay the reader who likes their assumptions challenged and is happy to walk away from a book with minor questions unanswered but the big ones definitely dealt with! It’s likely to satisfy those who enjoy Hammet and/or Philip K Dick and who like their fiction very noir indeed."   Kay Sexton


    "I love a novel that you can't put down, and this is one of them."  L. Cihlar




Surf City Acid Drop completed its "free run" in October, 2015. The first three chapters are still available (see below).


Update - Feb. 2019 - Surf City Acid Drop is currently unavailable for purchase.

But you can still read the first three chapters for free:



Surf City Acid Drop







So what the hell is this book about? Here is a basic synopsis of the plot:

In between happy hours at the El Rayo Verde, Luke Fischer is hired to find people. But when he finds a dead junkie in his hotel room, he knows his lazy days of Mexican beer and Cholula soaked peanuts are about to end. Fearing the local policia will tie him to the murder, Luke bolts from Puerto Vallarta and abandons his search for a sultry client's wandering brother.

Like the vanishing waves surfers know as the acid drop, Luke rides each lead until it crests and disappears under his feet. Luke’s search for answers leads to a killer wave that he will ride all the way back to the Mexican hotel where it began.