The Boats of the "Glen-Carrig" is a horror novel written by William Hope. The novel is written archaically, and pretends to be an authentic account of shipwreck survivors in 1757. Thrilling and masterfully written, this book will appeal to lovers of frightening fiction, and will be of special interest to fans and collectors of Hope's chilling work. The chapters of this book include: 'The Land of Lonesomeness', 'The Ship in the Creek', 'The Thing That Made Search', 'The Two Faces', 'The Great Storm', 'The Weed-Choked Sea', 'The Island in the Weed', 'The Noises in the Valley', etcetera. This book was first published in 1907, and is being republished now in an affordable, high-quality, modern edition. It comes complete with a specially commissioned biography of the author.