Shelfari edited the description of Judith: A Quoddy Tale Wednesday, March 21, 2012.
Though it has been nine years since the passing of his beloved wife and son, Ray Winn's grief has not slackened as he plies the waters of Passamaquoddy Bay aboard his lobster boat, Judith. Already weakened by age and infirmity, the loss of his daughter and grandson has eroded Jasper Mann's granite resolve to endure his remaining years. After a stint in prison for manslaughter, Dale Mann is still tormented by guilt over the horrific deaths of his sister and nephew.
When local fishermen are beset by a spate of tragic maritime accidents, stories are whispered about a melancholy song heard in the brume. It has been many years since the last appearance of The Old Scot, an apparition known to devour the souls of lost fishermen.