It all begins one sunny day in Century City High’s School’s girls’ locker room with the gruesome murder of a cheerleader. Soon, the school valedictorian, Laurel, a promising chemist, is being stalked in one of the chemistry labs. She catches a glimpse of the intruder, but gets away by breaking a glass window. Within the next few days, other promising students such as the always comical Bell and the football star Chip are killed by The Clown. As the killer’s net tightens around Laurel, those close to her are also targeted by the ruthless maniac. It is only a matter of time before she, too, comes face to face with the dark evil bent on revealing the Tears of a Clown. Who will survive?
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About the Author
Robin was born in Trinidad & Tobago and emigrated to the U.S. when he was 12. Always an avid reader, he soaked in many a title in his youth which he followed up by studying English at Iowa State University. Primarily a nurse throughout his lifetime, he always paused to focus on two passions - music and writing. His music endeavors include playing in rock bands, recording albums and working as a recording engineer in a studio he co-owned in NY city. Finally taking a break from music, he re-focused on his other love, writing. Thus far he's written two novels, five novellas, five screenplays, and numerous short stories. With a work of non-fiction also under his belt, his genres run the gamut from mystery to horror, crime to romance, science fiction to historical fiction. Having lived a journeyman-type of life, Robin has been in the company of poor folks and millionaires, spiritual leaders and gangbangers, city dwellers and rural farmers, the ultra-religious and free thinkers. Each situation he has experienced has helped shape and infuse his work with their colors, some of it vibrant, others quite devastating. Besides working as a nurse and recording engineer, he's also driven a taxi, worked the grill and maintenance at several fast food restaurants, worked at an animal shelter, overnight stocked at a retail giant, was a camp counselor and worked with developmentally disabled adults at a long-term psychiatric center.