Sir Walter Scott was a poet, novelist, critic and man of letters, who is recognized as the master of the historical novel. “St. Ronan's Well” is a novel published in 1823. This is the only one of Scott's novels with a nineteenth-century setting. Saint Ronan’s Well is a spa at Innerleithen, a town near Peebles in southern Scotland. The novel concerns the rivalry of two men: Valentine Bulmer, the Earl of Etherington, and his half-brother Francis Tyrrel. Both wish to marry Miss Clara Mowbray, who is the sister of John, the laird of Saint Ronan’s. Read the classic of English literature and enjoy the Scott’s writer masterpiece with “St. Ronan's Well”!