Terry Persun’s books have taken readers to the uncharted worlds near the edge of the galaxy (Hear No Evil), to lands where shapeshifters battle humans (the Doublesight series), to the near future in both technology (The Killing Machine and Revision 7:DNA) and shamanism (The NSA Files and The Voodoo Case), all while keeping the pace with thriller/suspense novels. He’s also ventured into history (Sweet Song and Ten Months in Wonderland), contemporary crime (Man by the Door and Mistake In Identity), and mainstream novels (The Perceived Darkness, Wolf’s Rite, and Deception Creek).
Despite his adventures into other worlds, altered states, and other people’s lives, he is said to be fairly average–but that’s not a consensus by any means.
Persun lives in Washington state with his wife, seven horses, a dozen or so chickens (at any one time), and several cats (a few strays). There’s no telling what animals will come to live with them next.