Sliding Beneath the Surface:St. Augustine Trilogy, Book I
Sliding Beneath the Surface: [The St. Augustine Trilogy: Book I] (Volume 1)
Sliding Beneath the Surface:St. Augustine Trilogy, Book I
Doug Dillon
     In America's oldest and most haunted city, St. Augustine, Florida, teenager Jeff Golden is in trouble. Horrible dreams won't let him sleep, and he is up to his eyeballs in terrifying, paranormal experiences.     Finally, Jeff turns to his girlfriend Carla, and Lobo, the mysterious Native American shaman, for help. But what he discovers is a lot more than he bargained for.     A ghostly presence linked to a local historic cemetery is not only threatening Jeff's sanity but his life as well. And before he knows what's happening, Jeff finds both himself and Carla pulled into one of the nastiest and most bloody events in Florida history. It is a place from which they may never escape.        AUTHOR BIODoug Dillon has been writing for adults and young people since 1984, especially in the paranormal realm. An award winning educator, he spent many years as a classroom teacher, school administrator, and coordinator of programs for high-risk students. Prentice Hall, Harcourt, Mitchell Lane Publishers, Boys' Life magazine, Learning Magazine and The Orlando Sentinel have all published his work.OTHER BOOKS BY DOUG DILLON:     Nonfiction books for elementary through high school age students: A Brief Political and Geographic History of Asia; We Visit Venezuela; and Class Trip to St. Augustine. All of these books are offered by Mitchell Lane Publishers.     A nonfiction book on the paranormal for adults: Co-authored with Doug's wife Barbara, An Explosion of Being: An American Family's Journey into the Psychic is published through Old St. Augustine Publications.

Book Details


  • Adventure
  • Historical Fiction
  • Mystery
  • Paranormal
  • Series

Age Level: 

  • 12 and up
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This book is about your choices. You have to choose if you run from a wild cat or you stare at it. Choose between trading your rain coat and rubbers for candy or keeping them. There are twenty endings. But only one ending is the Ultimate Success.

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