Book Reviews of The Terrible Tide

The Terrible Tide
The Terrible Tide
Author: Alisa Craig, Charlotte MacLeod
ISBN-13: 9780380703364
ISBN-10: 038070336X
Publication Date: 7/1987
Pages: 192
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.

3.9 stars, based on 16 ratings
Publisher: Avon Books
Book Type: Paperback
Reviews: Amazon | Write a Review

3 Book Reviews submitted by our Members...sorted by voted most helpful

reviewed The Terrible Tide on + 3352 more book reviews
Back of Book: The tiny New Brunswick village was a lifetime away from the chic world of a New York fashion model. But a freak accident had sent Holly Howe there to recover in seclusion... and to work at the only job she could find - as a servant at gloomy Cliff House. Holly doesn't belive in ghosts, but something eerie is happening. Who is luking, what is the strange buoy in the bay, why do the ebyong eyes of the withered old crone upstaires suddenly stare back a wide, clear, and luminous gray?

I say: An interesting cozy with a well crafted mystery.
reviewed The Terrible Tide on + 12 more book reviews
an interesting read but rather darker than the usual MacLeod
reviewed The Terrible Tide on + 157 more book reviews
Charlotte MacLeod writing as Alisa Craig takes Holly Howe to a New Brunswick village on the coast to recover from an accident. She gets caught up in all the strange happenings at Cliff House, an old Victorian mansion. Not as weirdly witty as some of her other work, but still filled with typical MacLeod humor and the light touch.