The Squaw (Short Reads)

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Bram Stoker – The Squaw

In this story, we encounter the wrath of the iconic cat from the front cover of The Pan Book of Horror Stories. And so does Elias P. Hutcheson – whose inflated boasts and careless attitudes are soon crushed . . .

Pan Macmillan are proud to present a brand new reissue of the first ever edition of The Pan Book of Horror Stories.

Fiendish, fantastic and downright chilling, these tales were originally selected for Pan by legendary horror anthologist Herbert van Thal. Fifty years on, they are as compelling, evocative and macabre as ever. Highlighted by a new introduction from Johnny Mains, ‘A Brief History of the Horrors’, the legacy of this astonishing collection – that became a defining influence on the genre – is self-evident.

We have made an exclusive few available digitally, so choose your next nightmare here . . .

About Bram Stoker

Abraham Stoker was born near Dublin in 1847. He was virtually bedridden with an unidentified illness until the age of seven. After graduating from Trinity College, he followed his father into a career as a civil servant in Dublin castle, writing journalism and short stories in his spare time. In 1876 he met the actor Henry Irving and two years later became manager of Irving's Lyceum Theatre in London. Through Oscar Wilde's parents, Stoker met his wife Florence Balcombe. He wrote many books of which only Dracula (1897) is widely remembered. He died in 1912.

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