A young boy Nick finds a summer job in one of the museums in new York. He decides to invite his two best friends. Bill and Michelle are brothers. They gladly accept the invitation. At this time, there is an exhibition with one of the most expensive and rarest diamonds called Vampire Tear in the museum. At night, the diamond disappears and the security guard is killed under mysterious circumstances. People begin to believe that a vampire committed everything. All the citizens start panicking. They say the vampire wanders in search of another victim every night. The police have no evidence. In addition, three brave teenagers decide to initiate an investigation. They already have an access to the crime scene. This summer will be an unforgettable experience for them. They are going to make a terrible discovery.Download Ebook Download AudioBook
The Vampire’s Tear by Clemen D. B. Gina
Summer vacation had just started for Bill and Michelle Martin, who lived in Portola Point, California. Bill was a tall, handsome eighteen – year – old boy with brown hair and blue eyes, and basketball was his sport. This was going to be a special summer for Bill because he had just graduated with honors from Portola Point High School and planned to attend the University of Southern California in Los Angeles – UCLA – in September. He had always wanted to be a biologist and UCLA had one of the best biology programs in the United States.
Michelle Martin, his sister, was a cute girl of seventeen, with red hair and blue eyes. She was in her senior year at high school and wanted to become a journalist. She loved reading and solving mysteries.
Nick Chan, their good friend from Montego Bay, Florida, had just graduated from high school too. He was a Chinese – American boy of eighteen and he was a basketball player too. Nick was an excellent student and had won a scholarship to study veterinary medicine at Columbia University in New York City. He was excited about the scholarship and about moving to New York City.
Our story starts on a hot summer morning in late June.
“Have you checked your email yet?” asked Michelle, turning on the radio. “There could be a message from Nick.”
“I’m not even awake yet,” said Bill sleepily. “You do it, Michelle, and please turn down the radio.”
“Wow, I was right!” said Michelle. “There’s a message from Nick.”
“What does he say?” asked Bill, trying to wake up.
“You’ll never believe it! He’s leaving for New York City in two days…” said Michelle.
“Did he find an apartment yet?” asked Bill.
“No, listen, he’s going to stay with his aunt and uncle who live there until he finds an apartment. He says they have a Chinese grocery store in New York’s Chinatown.”
“That’s great!” said Bill, who was finally awake.
“And there’s more!” said Michelle. “Come and read…”
Michelle and Bill stood in front of the computer screen and read the whole message…