by. Elisabeth Ogilvie.
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He kept time with one foot, and his forehead glistened with sweat. Ha ha ha! you and me! the accordion laughed, merry and loud and unfaltering over the sound of dancing feet. Ha ha ha! you and me! the accordion laughed, merry and loud and unfaltering over the sound of dancing feet gainst the stove with his fiddle under his chin, and its voice was elfin-sweet. Sigurd was a yellow-maned Viking, and Maurice was a French-Canadian faun, and the music they made together was lilting and intoxicating and like no other music in the world. The bright notes cascaded from one tune to another.
Report an error in the book. Young, vivacious Joanna Bennett desperately wishes to be captain of her own lobstering boat, but despite being the favored daughter of Bennett’s Island’s founding family, she is still just a girl in the eyes of the community, and a girl living off the coast of Maine in the early 20th century is expected to mind the kitchen, not tend to.
Elisabeth Ogilvie wrote 46 books including Storm Tide, Ebbing Tide, and her memoir My World is an Island. In 1947 she won the New England Women’s Press Association award for Storm Tide. Ogilvie grew up in the greater Boston area, but lived in Maine from 1944 until her death in 2006 and remains one of Maine’s best loved writers. Start reading High Tide at Noon (The Tide Trilogy) on your Kindle in under a minute.
Elisabeth Ogilvie wrote High Tide at Noon in 1944 her first of nine novels in the Bennett Island families series. She would write over 40 novels and books in her prolific career. Many of her novels dealt with life in Maine and lobstering families along the coast. She also wrote a host of young adult novels that were popular from 1950s to 1980s, such as The Fabulous Year (1958) and Beautiful Girl (1980). They generally were situated in the midcoast setting.
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High Tide at Noon is a 1957 British drama film directed by Philip Leacock. It was entered into the 1957 Cannes Film Festival. High Tide at Noon was based on the first of a series of novels by Elisabeth Ogilvie, set in Maine. A woman named Joanna returns to an island off the coast of Nova Scotia where she was raised, and where memories immediately stir from her past. In 1947 she won the New England Women's Press Association award for Storm Tide. Ogilvie grew up in the greater Boston area, but lived in Maine from 1944 until her death in 2006 and remains one of Maine's best loved writers.