in the late 80s when I was a young impressionable youth, I read a book that all I can remember of was a boy moving into an apartment building (I think it was set in New York, but could be wrong) and meets this guy on the elevator one day who he goes on to suspect is a vampire.
Has anyone else read this book and know the title? I know it isn't The Vampire's Assisstant, The Little Vampire, or any of the Goosebumps books.
I can't find a book with that title on google or anywhere
The only solution I could think of would be to go to my grade schools library as I know exactly where it was on the shelf... the only problem is that I found out today that a few years ago budget cuts forced the library to close and they sold all the books in a huge rummage sale.
I don't think "....." is the book either, Rahul, but thanks for your help!
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