Book Feature: The NYC Vampire Murders by Glen Carrington

by | Jan 20, 2021 | Book Feature | 0 comments

The NYC Vampire Murders is one of the books by Glen Carrington.

Murder Mystery Thriller as a book genre has its fair share of the target audience. The narratives may have changed in the past decades, but the elements remain largely the same, save for some crossovers between subgenres. Classic works such as Death on the Nile by Agatha Christie, The Silence of the Lambs by Thomas Harris, and American Psycho by Bret Easton Ellis continue to gain popularity among young readers because of their thrilling storylines. Today, we are going to feature a modern mystery crime novel in the tradition of those mentioned. ReadersMagnet presents The NYC Vampire Murders by Glen C. Carrington.

The NYC Vampire Murders

The NYC Vampire Murders is a 2016 mystery thriller by Glen C. Carrington and is Carrington’s fifth published book. It is a stand-alone novel, just like his previous four mystery/crime thrillers. In its paperback version, The NYC Murders has 444 pages. It is also available in Hardcover and Kindle editions.

The NYC Vampire Murder begins with a series of eerie and strange homicides discovered in New York City. Police find that the bodies of the victims bore neck bite marks, resembling a vampire attack. What is more heinous is that blood from each of the victims has been sucked. In six months, six corpses have been recovered with the same identical features. In a city as big as New York, this will not stay hidden for a long time.

Despite the mayor and the local police’s efforts to keep these murders away from the public eye, time is not on their side. With a body count of one corpse per month, the New York City Mayor decides that outside help is needed if they are to put an end to these gruesome murders. Fearing for a public panic and repercussions on his job security, the mayor brings in someone out of retirement.

Enter Detective William Monroe Lincoln, a retired detective whose experience in high-profile cases is something they could really use at this hour of desperate need. With the help of an expert psychic also coming out of retirement, Detective Lincoln must piece together the clues and confront the “vampire” before he gets to kill another person.

The NYC Vampire Murders is a fast-paced mystery crime narrative without the unnecessary monotonous build up. From the prologue to its few chapters, Carrington immediately introduces us to the main characters at work. It is a story with interesting subplots, all contributing to a fantastic build-up and plot twist. Glen C. Carrington’s The NYC Vampire Murders promises to be an enjoyable read for all mystery crime novels fans.

Other Published Works

Murder in Napa (2014)

Murder in Peekskill (2012)

The Atlanta Co-Ed Murder (2010)

The Oakland Hills Vodou Murder (2005)

About Glen Carrington

Glen Carrington was born and raised in Peekskill, New York. Carrington moved to California in 1981 and has since lived there. He is a retired finance editor for a California Central Valley. He attended Union College in Schenectady, NY, where he got his bachelor’s degree. Carrington holds an undergraduate studies degree in mathematics as well as an MBA. He got his master’s from the University of Rochester in Rochester, New York. He is a member of several boards in his community. For many years, Glen Carrington has worked in the business industry. He has worked for three Fortune Five Hundred companies and the government sector before retiring.

Glen Carrington’s literary journey almost two decades ago began writing essays and the manuscript for his first book. Now, Glen C. Carrington is the author of five published books, including The NYC Vampire Murders. Carrington is an avid tennis player, golfer, winemaker, chess player and loves conversations.

To know more about Glen C. Carrington and his works, purchase his books, or visit his website today.

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