Bill Dawson prided himself for his disciplined logical mind. He never indulged in fantasy crap, and he did not believe in the supernatural. However, his whole belief system was being challenged by a weird dream. The first time he had the dream was after a late evening business meeting during which he consumed a fair amount of Scotch. When he returned home he went directly to bed and was asleep almost immediately. But, after a few hours he began to stir. Although he was still woozy from the Scotch he could sense that something wasn't right. With half open eyes he looked around his dimly lit room. The glow of his clock didn't look right; his dresser didn't look right; other things weren't right. He suddenly realized he was in someone else's home—in someone else's bed. He came awake with a bang! He literally jumped out of bed and mashed his toe against a chair that wasn't his. He was sure his toe was bleeding. He couldn't understand how any of this could be happening but of one thing he was certain, this was NOT a dream. However, a few moments later he saw a naked girl with red hair looking back at him, and he became just as certain that it WAS a dream. Bill Dawson felt like the world had been turned upside down. He had no way of knowing that his bizarre experience was just the tip of the iceberg. ~ The Rabbit Hole is not a fantasy. It's reality fiction that's outside the box; a cryptic tale of love and terror with a sense that something supernatural is at play. __ Enjoy! Richard Alan
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Bill Dawson prided himself for his disciplined logical mind. He never indulged in what he called fantasy-crap, and he did not believe in the supernatural. However, he felt his whole belief system was being challenged by a repeating dream, and he could not allow that to continue. No matter how real the girl in his dream seemed to be, he kept telling himself she was just a figment of his perverted imagination. He knew if he began thinking otherwise he was on his way to schizo-land. But a rogue part of his brain would not let it go. Each time he had the dream it forced him to keep open the possibility that the girl was real, and he felt like it was driving him nuts. He thought if he could just stop himself from dreaming his problem might go away. But Bill Dawson had no way of knowing that the dream ... was just the tip of the iceberg. <> The Rabbit Hole is by no means your ordinary mystery thriller. It is a cryptic tale of love and terror and sex and evil, and throughout the tale there is a sense that something supernatural is at play. If you think you might like reading reality fiction that is outside the box then here's your chance. Click the book cover to bring up the free preview; if you like that I think you'll love the rest of the book. __ Enjoy! Richard Alan. (www.richard-alan.com)
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