Emerald Summer


Imperial Russia. The end of the 19th century.
Emma Riger-Artemyeva, illegally born daughter of Count Selivanov Lev Dmitrievich receives the news of the death of his father. The will should be announced at the manor of her parent near the city of Kaluga. Arriving there with her fiancé (bridegroom), Emma learns that she is not the only heiress. In addition, Count Selivanov made a very strange will, which says: the inheritance will be received by those who find it. Therefore, relatives of the late count, claiming an inheritance, are going to the manor.
Between the heirs begins a competition for possession of treasures worth two million rubles. The testament says that if treasures are not found during the summer, they will be transferred to the monastery, and the manor itself will become the property of the house of the disabled. According to the will, the landowner-neighbor Petr Muravin was appointed the executor.
The heirs are in shock. They quietly hate each other. Intrigues weave in the manor, the most unexpected alliances between heirs arise.
A ghost wanders around the manor; he is seen in a park near the ruins of an old house.
Some women finally lose their shame and in the hope of receiving information about the treasure from Mr. Muravin try to seduce him. Men already forget about quiet hatred and are ready to kill each other.
Heirs are trying to find treasures in the most unexpected places. Due to these searches, some of the buildings on the manor, as well as the fountain and park statues, are damaged.
Emma is getting closer to her cousin Stanislav Selivanov. An alliance arises between them, which then develops into a serious feeling.
In addition, Emma finds in the library a manuscript telling about the adventures of a certain Count Savin and how he became rich in South America. Emma suspects that Count Savin is her father. The girl carefully studies the manuscript in the hope that the manuscript will help her find treasures. However, the manuscript mysteriously disappears...
What awaits Emma and who will get the treasure?

Author Bio

Olga Kryuchkova

Olga Kryuchkova was born in Moscow on 7 August, 1966. After high school in 1983 she entered the Moscow College of Automation and Telemechanics where she specialized as a mathematician and programmer. Later she graduated with honors and got a job working for the Moscow Aviation Institute.
In 1986 he enrolled the Faculty of Aircraft Design and Construction the institute and graduated in 1992. His literary career began in 2006. His first novel, "Captain Marauder" was published in the journal "Feat-Centaur" amongts the historical bestsellers (2007). Then, in the same year 2007, her love-historical novel "Family Cross" came out released by the publisher "Geleos" in the series "Lace Love".
In 2008, she published additional six novels (one under a pseudonym). In January 2008 her novel "Adventurers was launched by the publisher "Feat-Centaur". The publishing house "Geleos" came out with four publications: "The gift of Aphrodite", "Happy choice", "Riddles of Fate" and under the pseudonym of Olivia Claymore her novel "The French Messalina". In the same year the author first published by the publishing house "Veche": book under the title "Captain Marauder" with the inclusion of two novels - "Captain Marauder" and "Demon Montsegur".
In 2009 another four of her novels ensued: "Adventurers", "Rose of Versailles", "Return of Captain Marauder" and "Heirs of the country of Yamato". All four novels were published by the publishing house "Veche".
At the moment Ogneslava Beloyar, Olivia Cleymor works under pseudonyms. Has more than 100 publications (historical novel, female historical novel, Slavic esotericism, books for teenagers) in the Russian publishing houses on various subjects.
Many novels and books are written in a co-authorship with the daughter Elena Kryuchkova (Darina Beloyar, Linda Cleymor). Elena has 60 publications.