Anglais The Watter's Mou


Bram Stoker's 'The Watter's Mou'' is a thrilling tale that takes place along the Scottish coast, revealing a different side of Stoker compared to what his readers may already be familiar with.

The narrative unfolds with the budding romance between a young coast guard officer and his girlfriend, Maggie. The officer has been assigned to resolve the human smuggling issue, which the local fisherman are suspected to be involved in. Maggie's father is among these fishermen.

When Maggie confesses to Willy that her father is in the thick of the smuggling business, Willy is plunged head-first into a moral conundrum. Maggie decides to save her father from his fate by sneaking aboard the smuggling ship. But Maggie just might have walked a little too deep into the 'watter's mou''...

Stoker is best known for 'Dracula', famously adapated into the legendary screenplay starring Bela Lugosi. Highly recommended for readers who enjoy the works of H.P. Lovecraft, H.G. Wells and Edgar Allan Poe.

Abraham "Bram" Stoker was born in Dublin in 1847. Turning to fiction in his later years, Stoker published his first short story 'The Crystal Cup' (1872) in London Society magazine. In the 1880s and 1890s, he published 'Under the Sunset' (1882) and an adventure novel titled 'The Snake's Pass' (1890).

It was the publication of 'Dracula' in 1897 which launched Stoker into literary stardom.

  • Authors

    Bram Stoker

  • Publisher

    Saga Egmont

  • Distributeur


  • Publication date


  • EAN


  • Availablity


  • Nombre de pages

    165 Pages

  • Copy


  • Print


  • Poids

    266 Ko

  • Diffuseur


  • Entrepôt

    Entrepot Numérique

  • Support principal

    ebook (ePub)

  • Version ePub


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