"The Squaw" is not your typical horror story but the brutality of it will take by surprise even the biggest horror fiction fan. Bram Stoker introduces us to a couple on a honeymoon and an American tourist whom they meet in Nuremberg, Germany. The story however does not unfold around those three characters, but between the American lady and a kitten ... which she kills. What is the reason for it and what follows after that? Find out in "The Squaw".
Bram Stoker was an Irish author who lived in the period 1847 – 1912. He is best known for his horror novel "Dracula" but he is to be remembered for many more literary works such as "The Judge’s House" and "The Dracula’s guest". Bram Stoker’s early years were marked by the fact that he was an invalid. This was however seen as an advantage of sorts by him because he meant that it gave him time to think of many things, which he later put to words in his works. Bram Stoker’s novels can be seen as a vivid combination between horror fiction and realism, perfect mixture of the real and the supernatural.
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