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Sliding Beneath the Surface
Doug Dillon
A new resident of America’s oldest and most haunted city, St. Augustine, Florida, fifteen-year-old Jeff Golden suddenly finds himself up to his eyeballs in frightening paranormal experiences. At the end of his rope in trying to figure out what is happening to him, Jeff decides to rely on his friend Carla Rodriguez, and Lobo, an old Native American shaman, for help.

Despite this guidance, things get even worse. Jeff’s spine tingling encounters increase in number and intensity at an alarming rate, scaring him even more. Eventually, he makes the startling discovery that unresolved circumstances involving a bloody event directly out of Florida’s distant past threatens his sanity and possibly his life.

Finally, overwhelmed by forces he cannot understand or control, Jeff’s world shifts from frightening to downright terrifying. In desperation, and on Lobo’s advice, he leaps headlong into the unknown in order to save himself. What Jeff discovers though is that he has entered a level of reality he is completely unprepared to handle while unwittingly dragging Carla with him.

Like all the books in THE ST. AUGUSTINE TRILOGY, the premise for Sliding Beneath the Surface is simply this: You create your own reality.



The Awakening

2. Lobo
3. Weapons and Poltergeists
4. Rules
5. 28
6. Cat Got Your Tongue?
7. Worlds-within-Worlds-within-Worlds
8. Conjuring
9. Fog
10. Pine Sap


11. Flying
12. Pyramids
13. A Cloud of Vultures
14. Brightness and People
15. Lyle
16. Spitting Coffee

Forced to Understand

17. The Chase
18. Fighting the Problem
19. The Officer
20. Solidity
21. Doppelgangers
22. Little Switches
23. A Blood Connection
24. Pipelines
25. Muskets and Rifles
26. Begging for Help

Plunging into the Unknown

27. Spiritual Insanity
28. Fear
29. Dead Kid Walking
30. Icy Coquina
31. A Big, Cold Drop of Water
32. Contact
33. Face-to-Face
34. A Slick Coating of Red
35. 2011?
36. Elizabeth
37. Crow Eyes
38. The Invitation


Someone called my name as if from very far away. It sounded like Carla, but I couldn't tell for sure.
I kept staring at the stained glass window with its surrounding mirrors and the clear glass oval as it hung there in the fog all by itself.

"Jeff?" It was Carla's voice. Carla and Lobo somehow appeared directly in front of me with the stained glass window behind them set in its door as it should be. How that all happened so quickly I had no idea.
The fog was gone and Lobo's house looked like it did when I first saw it. Once again, I stood on the porch.

"Are you OK?" Carla asked in a worried voice. "What is it? What's going on?"

I didn't say anything at first. Guess I was just too stunned. The change out of that horrible, dark fog had been so quick I found it hard to believe I had come back to Carla and Lobo. Where I had gone, I didn't know, but Lobo's words leaped into my mind: "Worlds within worlds within worlds."
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